BS in English Philology, University of St. Petersburg, Russia 1991
MA in Linguistics, University of Iowa, 1995
MFA in Film and Video Production, University of Iowa, 1999
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Irina Patkanian came to the U.S. in 1991. After receiving her two Master's degrees from the University of Iowa in 1999, she moved to New York City. She worked at Columbia University's Center for New Media, Pinnacle Systems, NNS, and Well Spring Film Distribution Company. Irina Patkanian is the president and cofounder of a non-profit film and theater company "In Parentheses" which produces stage and screen adaptations of contemporary literary texts and international documentaries. Irina directed/produced documentaries in Russia, France, Egypt, Italy, Greece, Armenia, Mozambique and China. Her documentary "My American Neighbor" about perception of America and the American dream abroad won "best short documentary" award at the Chicago's "Peace on Earth" film festival, and has been distributed by the "Films for the Humanities & Sciences." She is currently working on a documentary feature about Kamchatka, Russia, for which she received the 2011 Jerome foundation grant, and a short animated film about Mozambican civil war, for which she received the 2010 NYSCA grant (Individual Artists/Film). Professor Patkanian has been teaching at Brooklyn College since 2001.
Irina Patkanian's personal web site
In Parenthesis, Inc. (non-profit film & theater company)
Living Here: A Kamchatka Tale.
My American Neighbor
TVRA 3871 Single Camera Production - Mondays 11:00AM - 3:30PM
TVRA 7782 Advanced Problems in Studio and Field Production: Mondays 5:05PM - 9:35PM
TVRA 7854G Thesis Development 4 TBA
TVRA 7797X Special Topics-21st Century Documentary: Tuesdays 6:30PM-9:15PM
Monday: 9:30AM - 11:00AM & 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Office: 405 A
Phone: 718-951-5600 ext. 2790
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Barbara Jo Lewis
Department of Television and Radio and Department of Economics
Ph.D., New York University, Culture and Communication, 1997.
MFA, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 1977.
BA, Washington University, 1973
Current research and publications extend doctoral studies in culture and communication and include the following articles: “Children of the Mechanical Bride: Additional Abstractions of Human Stereotypes” in the proceedings for “The Legacy of McLuhan: A Symposium” sponsored by Fordham University; “Cyborg Consciousness: Conceptions of Human Identity in a Technological World” in the Proceedings of the 55th Annual conference of the New York State Communication Association; and “Hello Dolly: Media Coverage of Cloning Events and the Popular Imagination” to be presented at the National Communication Association conference.
For more than a decade, has been an advertising agency producer employed by a number of large agencies including Wells Rich Greene, DMB&B, and Ketchum. Awards include AFI for MFA thesis film, “Larissa,” post-production recognition on Emmy award-winning documentary “Countdown to Collision,” and George Ketchum and Chicago Film Festival award for “Anything Goes.”
Taught photography through an Assistantship with George Washington University at Airlie Productions/Raven’s Hollow, Ltd.
See also: Professor Lewis' page at the Department of Economics, which includes a complete list of conferences and publications.
TVRA 2517 Television and Radio Advertising - Online
TVRA 2517 Television and Radio Advertising* - Tuesday and Thursday 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Download Syllabus for TVRA 2517
*Cross-listed as BUSN 3130. Please see schedule of classes for BUSN courses.
Office: 407s A
Phone: 718-951-5600 ext. 2788
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Associate Professor, CUNY Director,
Program in Performance and Interactive Media Arts
MFA (Electronic Arts), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2003
BA Cum Laude, Honors (Philosophy), Colgate University, 1991
Studies cooperation, coordination, and collaboration with a particular interest in collective art-making and live performance. He is an Associate Professor at Brooklyn College, and designed the College’s two graduate programs in Performance and Interactive Media Arts (PIMA) which he directed through the spring of 2008. He teaches courses in multi-camera television production, computer programming, and performance. He is in the beginning stages of developing a curriculum in cooperation, coordination, and collaboration studies. He is the recipient of numerous grants, including National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation and CreativeIT grants. John co-directs a family of summer arts camps for children; learn more at http://www.ballibayCamps.com.
Office: 505s A
Phone: 718-951-5600 ext. 4203
718 951 4203 (office - 376G) (fax 4418)
718 951 5000 x1229 (center for computer music - 250/251G)
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