Georgetown University Library Showcase – Video Projects
Special Olympics Georgetown holds its field day every year in the spring, bringing together kids with special needs from all over DC!
This video depicts Georgetown University's first ever Asia Fest Night Market, hosted by the Asian American Student Assocation.
This short film plays with the boundaries of art and craft in order to deconstruct how such distinctions are often sexist in nature.
A lighthearted skit that centers around a character who spends a lot of time on the internet and tries their best to exercise.
DC Ward 8C07 Commissioner Salim Adofo speaks on his origins and influences, leadership, and addressing community matters in his capacity.
The piece is inspired by HAIM’s song, “Man From the Magazine,” written as an expression of the band’s frustration with the misogyny that overwhelms not only the music industry, but so many other areas of our world as well. This piece serves to empower others to take a stand in the face of precedent, rather than succumb to the complacent mindset of “it is what it is.”
This project follows the survival of Chinese indentured laborers in Samoa in the 20th century, including plantation labor, smuggling, violence, and marriage to indigenous Samoans. With only about 7,000 people, they were an insignificant group compared to the wave of emigration from China in the 20th century. As I read about their archives, I felt that these stories and experiences should be uncovered and remembered in relation to the Chinese community in today's Samoa and how we tell the story of "minority groups" in history. Based on the newspaper in the Archives of New Zealand and Chinese archives, this project reveals more details about the lives of these maritime migrants.
"This animation showcases a blind pianist (The Dreamer) who takes an epic but mental voyage across the ocean. Through his playing, he is able to experience a phenomenon that he would otherwise be incapable of because of his disability.
This was a personal reflection on my lived experience throughout 2021.
I created "Holy Crepe" as the final project for my Introduction to Animation class. The video was created using an under-the-camera stop motion animation technique and consists of more than 1000 individual pictures.
In this news clip, I covered a local arts festival in North Charleston, SC. Splicing together interviews and b-roll, I attempted to make a short video of the event that could be featured on a local news network.
Inspired by studies on indigenous epistemologies and indigenous languages, I sought to apply a critical speculative lens in creating an artistic work that offers one response on how decolonizing technology may look in concrete action.
The Village Well is a bookstore-cafe in Culver City, CA planning to open in the week of December 13. Jennifer Caspar has been dreaming of starting this business for decades, and when the chips finally fell into place, the world fell apart
This is a news video about the impact of COVID-19 on the arts community in D.C.
By documenting the breakfast of retired people, lunch of middle-aged office workers, and midnight snack of young students, our documentary will explore the real reasons behind different eating habits and lifestyles.
A video about a sacred space in the Crystal City Shops Underground Mall.
A news clip reporting on student artist activity during the COVID-19 quarantine period. How do you find a crowd in the age of social distancing? While Georgetown University may have suspended in-person performances to prevent the spread of COVID-19, student artists, have found an alternative way to express themselves. Hoyas at Home is an art collective founded on Instagram through the collaboration of multiple on-campus art groups.
Bryson is a senior instructor teaching Shaolin Kungfu in DC. Practicing Kungfu really changed his life
A small pep music video for the 2019 McDonough Cup.
A trippy animated music video created for the Intro to Animation class.
This stop motion animation is dedicated to one student's parents waiting for their only child to return home to South Korea.
A Georgetown student describes his unique experience with imposter syndrome while on campus.
Why Hoyas love the "eyesore of campus."
This film sheds light on one man's story of a wrongful conviction and the immense challenges facing innocent inmates seeking exoneration.
This website explores gentrification as it relates specifically to DC neighborhoods.
This documentary tells the story of lead poisoning Calumet, of motherhood, and of the will to fight environmental racism and violence.
A moment in gym class creates confusion about the human body.
This stop motion animation project was completed using M&M's, Skittles, and black and white beans.
A short video on food insecurity and how it affects the classroom.
This project honors the men and women who have served our country.
This video delves into the prison labor system of the U.S. to understand its a underpinnings, pervasiveness, and potential reforms.
Here's a video from the Hoya about the student section at Georgetown's basketball games.
This film explores the changing policies of the U.S. government that affect migrants from Central America.
This digital story encompasses the struggles and successes of the Georgetown women's rowing team.
A Lego stop motion comedy animation on negative human impact on the environment.
What does the District Wharf represent to the DC community after opening in 2017?
An animation of makeup application contrasted with destruction of the body.
An animated short reflecting the barbarity of the modeling industry.
Georgetown evening MBA students helped build an eco wall for a local school in the outskirt of Lima, Peru.
Here's the story of Georgetown's latest transportation phenomenon.
Micah shares about her relationship with her natural hair.
The exhibit Lest We Forget by Luigi Toscano, displayed at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool features 120 photos of Holocaust survivors.
Last April, Harvey Fitz, 30, began hosting Poetic Vibes, a monthly open mic in Anacostia.
Jordan, a college freshman, becomes the subject of unwanted attention.
"Today" provides a glimpse of what the intensity of a day for someone with depression might look like.
There's a unique relationship between college kids and Chipotle restaurant.
Mission Possible uses stop motion technique to simulate a video game, which leads the audiences to explore the campus with the character and ends with Old North.
Based on the spoken word piece, "Brochure Brother," this short film highlights various challenges faced by males of color on college campuses.
This documentary explores film as a medium while focusing on Art Shares of Georgetown student performances.