Prof. Jojin Van Winkle presents screenplay at UFVA Annual Conference
In July 2021, Professor Jojin Van Winkle presented her screenplay “Tanked” at the University Film and Video Association’s (UFVA) 75th Annual Conference. She moderated a script panel in which faculty and graduate students read and discussed their completed and/or in progress screenplays.
The UFVA Annual Conference brings together over 500 university and college professors working in film, video, and new media; along with scholars, filmmakers, screenwriters, and new media artists in all stages of their careers. This year’s conference was held virtually and sponsored by the School of Communication at American University (Washington, DC), The School of Communication at the University of Miami (Miami, Fla.), the online platform ScreeningRoom, and the UFVA.
Prof. Van Winkle is a visual artist, filmmaker, writer, and assistant professor of art at Carthage, teaching foundations and new media. She is the program director for Carthage’s Photography and Film and New Media Program. Her research centers around the practice of listening. She exhibited large-scale installation art before working in video, film, photography, and sound.
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Art Department, Office of the Provost
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