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CMC photography student’s work now part of Grand Avenue Bridge

By Carrie Click Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper snaps a picture of CMC photography student Antonio Tavoletti, whose photo was selected for the Grand Avenue Bridge plaque in downtown Glenwood Springs. Photo Frank Martin Antonio Tavoletti has just completed his first year in the professional photography program at Colorado Mountain College’s Isaacson School …read more

A free, fair press essential to democracy – especially in small towns

The Colorado Press Association, in partnership with the Colorado Broadcasters Association and the Colorado Media Alliance, is sponsoring the first-ever Colorado Journalism Week beginning April 16. Lisa Schlichtman, president of CPA’s board of directors and editor of the Steamboat Pilot & Today, asked Colorado Mountain College to comment on the …read more

A real-world photography exhibit

By Carrie Click It’s not every day that a photography student gets a chance to participate in a public art exhibit. For aspiring professional photographers, having work accepted into a gallery show provides a special opportunity. “A lot of people see what we post to social media,” said Jordan King, a Colorado …read more

CMC professor portrays Colorado’s 14ers in B&W

“Ellingwood Point, Sangre de Cristo Range, 2009,” a photo in the “Colorado Fourteeners” exhibit. Photo Derek Johnston EDWARDS — Colorado Mountain College’s Women in Philanthropy will present “Colorado Fourteeners: A Multimedia Presentation,” featuring the work of CMC faculty member Derek Johnston, on Wednesday, Jan. 31. A reception will be held at 5:30 …read more

CMC’s 50th anniversary photo contest winners named

“Pyramid and Bells,” by Charles Engelbert of New Castle, an alumnus of CMC’s photo program, received second place in the professional category in CMC’s photo contest. “A-Basin East Wall in a Wind Storm,” by Reid Neuriter of Denver, won first place in the …read more

CMC behind the cameras – and more – at X Games Aspen 2017

Winter X Games Aspen 2017 is in Colorado Mountain College’s backyard, so students are ideally located to get involved in what ESPN calls one of the world’s biggest extreme sports events. Held Jan. 26-29 at Aspen’s Buttermilk Mountain, the games are expected to draw more than 100,000 people to attend …read more

Entrepreneurship, passion future of Isaacson School

From left, Tyler Moebius, Jerry Murdock, Walter Isaacson, Lynda Resnick and Marc Nathanson discuss the future of Colorado Mountain College’s Isaacson School for New Media during a meeting of the college’s board of overseers in Aspen on Aug. 8. Photo Charles Engelbert By Debra Crawford ASPEN – A panel of new media …read more

Student Spotlight: Thang Khan Sian Khai

The Glenwood Post Independent’s Feb. 11 Student Spotlight by Will Grandbois featured CMC Isaacson School for New Media student Thang Khan Sian Khai and is reprinted below. Isaacson School for New Media student Thang Khan Sian Khai mentors middle school students taking part in CMC Spring Valley’s 2015 Reach …read more

CMC photography alumni Rachel Williams wins gold at CPOY

This article was published in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Will Grandbois. Rachel Williams photo illustration “Disagio” won a gold medal in the 71st annual College Photographer of the Year (CPOY) category. Williams also won a silver and an honorable mention with two additional images in the Illustration category at …read more

Isaacson School director featured presenter at New Media Expo

Rob Martin, director of the Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College, participated in the New Media Expo 2015, or NMX, held in Las Vegas in spring. As one of the largest new media events in the world, the expo featured more than 250 speakers, thousands of …read more