Just coz we’re as excited as you are ^^ New Outpost? Nov 28.
Photo from Juel Zoleta
Going to Oslob from Dumaguete
USC - TC CAFA
University of San Carlos Technological Campus College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Somewhere above the Manila skies going to Cebu
Somewhere above Manila to Cebu
He’s currently fixing his page though. Please be patient! He is up to something amazing.
Hey! It’s just one block away from where I’m living so why not take a visit? :D
Sprockets Cafe is an analog/lomo inspired cafe. Pillows are film cameras and cool stuff.
Their milktea is awesome. Akong giinom kay Strawberry Milk Tea <3
Anyway, visit nya mo sa place. It’s the corner sa kanang Imagine nga imnanan. :)
And thanks for having my photo there. :D
Sprockets is 3>
I want to visit this place one of these days.
150 Pesos. 22 Museums and Heritage Sites. One night.
This Anthropology student is happy.
By Reyster Mae Perez
College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) – After successfully implementing the first university-based Cinema Program in Visayas last year, the University of San Carlos Department of Fine Arts takes on another pioneering achievement in the field of Philippine cinema as it opens the first (and currently the only) Master of Fine Arts degree in Cinema Studies June of the incoming academic year.
“The carrying out of the course is a crucial step towards producing a generation of Filipino Film Professors,” said Misha Anissimov, acting USC Film Program Coordinator, during the official press launching of the program April 26, at the CAFA Theatre. “We’d like to emphasize the importance of scholarly research, apart from the usual workshop offerings for aspiring filmmakers.”
The course is largely directed at Mass Communications graduates and cinephiles who have potential as future film scholars and critics. To be led by Fullbright scholar from the New York University Dr. Paul Douglas Grant, other members of the faculty will include esteemed Cebuano filmmakers Diem Judilla and Remton Zuasola.
Aside from the Bachelor of Fine Arts – Major in Cinema and MFA-Cinema Studies programs, the curriculum will also offer one-year courses under Certificate in Film Studies and Certificate in Screenwriting this semester. The courses will involve subjects on Film Curation; Screenplay; Cebuano, Philippine and World Film History; Film Research, Thesis and Criticism; and Film Theory among others.
ORIENTATION FOR NEW APPLICANTS
We are looking for the following:
For Downtown and South Campus students:Location: SSC Office, 4th Floor of Main Building, Downtown Campus Schedule: May 12, 1:30 p.m.
For Technological Centre, Talamban students:Location (Tentative): Former SSC Office, Room 169, Engineering Bldg., Talamban CampusSchedule: May 19, 1:30 p.m.
You may contact us through the following numbers:+63 933 615 8282 +63 923 444 9204
or E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org