The award-winning ART Network is a student-run group that works as part of the Office of Marketing and Communications to create video content highlighting Ringling College’s community. Topics include interviews with guest speakers, class presentations, tutorials, show pilots, documentaries, news, and campus events.
ART Network is open to all majors; and the work ranges from hands-on production to writing, graphic design, filming, and beyond. The highly-selective group has both volunteer (club) positions as well as paid student employee positions. Currently there are more than a dozen members of the team.
Students meet weekly to coordinate video shoots in and around the college community, from pre-production planning to post-production editing. The group was established as All-Ringling Television (ART) Network and is now known as ART Network.
ART Network offers video coverage of Ringling-related events, as well as edited material made to promote events, leaders, and the wider college community. Topics include:
- Campus events
- Interviews with guest speakers
- Entertainment segments, such as Ringling Feud and
- That Moment of Fame
- Class presentations
- Show pilots
Meet the Team
Students who would like to participate are encouraged to join the ART Network Club to get familiar with camera and sound equipment. Students in the Club have access to shadowship opportunities, where they can assist ART Network video shoots under worker supervision. Students with experience who are interested in a paid position should contact Marquee Doyle.
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