Tuesday, May 12, 2015

CSUMB's Capstone Festival, a chance for the public to see what students are working on

CSUMB students must complete a capstone project in order to graduate, and they will present them to their parents, peers and general public on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Capstone projects represent the skills, knowledge and abilities developed over the course of a student's education at CSUMB. They include research presentations, original poetry, oral histories, installation art, photography, tabletop exhibits, films and videos, multimedia works and computer visualizations.

Presentations will be held all day on Wednesday and Thursday and until noon on Friday at various locations around campus. A schedule is available here.

The Cinematic Arts and Technology students will show their work in the World Theater at 1 p.m., Thursday, May 14. The show will be repeated at 6 p.m. Twenty short films will be screened. Admission is free.

I love the capstone projects. They give you a sense of what students have been working on, a truly inspiring experience. Catch some if you can!

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