Media Communicaitons Leiden: The Wire
Webster Multimedia Society Spring 2017 Kickoff Meeting – Join us!
The Media Department is pleased to announce the first meeting of the Webster Multimedia Society for the Spring semester. For those who are interested in learning, collaborating and creating all… Webster Multimedia Society Spring 2017 Kickoff Meeting – Join us!
Adobe Creative Cloud for Media Communications Students
As announced this past summer (press release), Webster University has teamed up with Adobe to provide full access to Adobe Creative Cloud for all students currently enrolled as a… Adobe Creative Cloud for Media Communications Students
Travel & Street Photography Workshop: Summer 2016
Are you interested in exploring the contemporary photographic techniques around travel and street photography? Looking to sharpen your DSLR skills by taking to the streets to photograph the historic sites… Travel & Street Photography Workshop: Summer 2016
Summer Portrait Project – Polygon Style Paper Mask
As part of the department of Media Communications commitment to finding new sources of inspiration and exploring new concepts to explore visual media, students participated in a short portrait project to combine digital and analog mediums.
Glimpse: the New Alumni Publication
The newly launched Webster University Alumni Digital Publication entitled Glimpse features images created by Media Communications students and the Multimedia Society. The student work that is showcased in this inaugural… Glimpse: the New Alumni Publication
Photography Workshop: Film to Photoshop Summer 2015
Are you interested in exploring the intersection of 35mm film photography and state of the art digital dark room development? Join the Media Communications department this summer in an exciting… Photography Workshop: Film to Photoshop Summer 2015
Digital Photographic Imaging aka PHOT 3190 This Spring!
Are you interested in learning how to master Adobe Photoshop? Looking for a creative outlet? Want to take your digital imaging workflow to the next level? Then PHOT 3190 is for you!
As with all programming languages the first output is always “Hello world!” – as this is the first post to go live on the new Media Communications Leiden website it seems only fitting to continue to promote the spirit of the “Hello world!” program. The purpose of this website is to create a space that is just for Media Communications students, faculty, and friends.