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Media arts students borrow from past to look at future

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Students and staff in Assiniboine Community College’s Interactive Media Arts program welcomed the public April 24 to an open house to showcase the students’ work from the past academic year.

The event this year featured a 1920s theme and incorporated interactive and electronic displays. Students displayed and discussed their projects as well as industry trends. Included in the evening was a showing of the students’ film work as part of the IMA’s ongoing partnership with MTS TV "Stories from Home."

Check out this event or future events at: assiniboine.net

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 17, 2014

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Students and staff in Assiniboine Community College’s Interactive Media Arts program welcomed the public April 24 to an open house to showcase the students’ work from the past academic year.

The event this year featured a 1920s theme and incorporated interactive and electronic displays. Students displayed and discussed their projects as well as industry trends. Included in the evening was a showing of the students’ film work as part of the IMA’s ongoing partnership with MTS TV "Stories from Home."

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Students and staff in Assiniboine Community College’s Interactive Media Arts program welcomed the public April 24 to an open house to showcase the students’ work from the past academic year.

The event this year featured a 1920s theme and incorporated interactive and electronic displays. Students displayed and discussed their projects as well as industry trends. Included in the evening was a showing of the students’ film work as part of the IMA’s ongoing partnership with MTS TV "Stories from Home."

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