Professor Liana Miuccio is a Photographer and Videographer born in Rome and raised in New York . She is a dual citizen of the USA and Italy and her photographs have been published in numerous publications including the New York Times, the Financial Times, Vogue, the Boston Globe, the Globe and Mail, Repubblica’s “D”, Il Corriere della Sera, l’Espresso and L’Internazionale. Miuccio has received numerous awards for her photography and videos including the New York Foundation for the Arts, the National Italian American Foundation, Grazia Neri’s Yann Geoffrey prize, the MacArthur Foundation Arts Organization in Residence Program, and the Oltre I Libri Video Art award from the Biblioteca Angelica of Rome. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of the City of New York.
Miuccio has exhibited her images and videos internationally in museums and galleries around the world. Solo exhibits have included the MACRO Museum/FOTOGRAFIA/Festival Internazionale di Roma, the Ellis Island Immigration Museum in New York, Villa Trabia, Sicily and the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Miuccio has also exhibited at the American Academy in Rome, Sala Uno, Biblioteca Angelica, Casa della Storia e della Memoria, and the Temple University Rome gallery. Liana Miuccio’s website is http://www.lianaphoto.com and Instagram is #lianamiuccio.
New FALL 2020 ONLINE Course: An Introduction to Filmmaking with your Smart Phone (Open to Non BFA Majors)
45975 – ART 1010-572
In this introductory course, learners make their own compelling short films on their Smart Phones. Through weekly assignments, students learn to maximize the creative control of their video clips through mastery of phone apps for manual video capture. Students also learn to edit their films in Adobe Premier PRO, available free to all Temple students. Film clips are shared on a class website, class Instagram and during Zoom meetings. Learners design and showcase their stories on-line through platforms of choice including individual websites, blogs or social media. An understanding of the aesthetic possibilities of filmmaking is gained through assignments and lectures on contemporary filmmakers using minimal equipment to create award winning films. Equipment Required: Smart Phone (iphone or Android)
The online course meets 1:00-2:20 pm on Wednesdays PHILADELPHIA time.
Contact: Professor Miuccio at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration, additional information, and OPTIONAL additional equipment.
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MA in Cinema, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy
BA in Humanities, McGill University, Canada
Summer 2020 On-Line Course Offering: Photo I: Digital – 10221 – ART 2603 – 751
Students may use a Digital Camera or an advanced Smart phone; laptop or smart phone with app capacity required. Through weekly visual assignments, students learn to take creative control over their digital cameras. Learners use imaging software including Photoshop and Lightroom to create a digital on-line portfolio, blog, website or class specific Instagram and a final book project. The course helps learners develop an understanding of the aesthetic possibilities of photography through assignments, lectures on both historic and contemporary photographers, and virtual visits to photo galleries and museums. Critiques are conducted through a shared website. Although hosted from ROME, ITALY, class meets PHILADELPHIA TIME.
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