New Books in the Wintzen Library

April 15, 2015 in Announcements, Common Core, Digital Filmmaking, Fine Arts, Game Art & Design, Interactive Audio, Motion Graphic Design, Sound Arts, Students by Nicholas Bizzack

New books added to the library! Come on in and check them out!

New titles as of April 14, 2015:

  • All you need is ears
  • Anatomy for sculptors: understanding the human figure
  • The art of space: the history of space art from the earliest visions to the graphics of the modern era
  • Assistant engineer’s handbook: the definitive guide to working as an assistant engineer in today’s professional digital recording studio
  • The Avengers: Earth’s mightiest heroes
  • Baryshnikov in black and white
  • Becoming Elektra: the true story of Jac Holzman’s visionary record label
  • Bob Marley and the golden age of reggae: 1975-1976, the photographs of Kim Gottlieb-Walker
  • The Bruce Swedien recording method
  • Cinema’s conversion to sound: technology and film style in France and the U.S.
  • Complete electronics self-teaching guide with projects
  • Crank it up: live sound secrets of the top tour engineers
  • DC Comics: the ultimate character guide
  • Dialogue editing for motion pictures: a guide to the invisible art
  • Digital photography: a basic manual
  • Dog dogs
  • Fat, drunk, and stupid: the inside story behind the making of Animal House
  • The fifth Beatle: the Brian Epstein story
  • The films of Greta Garbo
  • Getting from college to career: your essential guide to succeeding in the real world
  • Grunge
  • The guitar amp handbook: understanding tube amplifiers and getting great sounds
  • Guitar effects pedals: the practical handbook
  • How to build a small budget recording studio from scratch
  • How to open & operate a financially successful independent record label
  • In the studio with Michael Jackson
  • Junky
  • Knock ‘em dead job interview: how to turn job interviews into job offers
  • Life after college: the complete guide to getting what you want
  • M-G-M: Hollywood’s greatest backlot
  • Mac basics in easy steps: covers OS X Mountain Lion
  • The making of the African Queen, or how I went to Africa with Bogart, Bacall, and Huston and almost lost my mind
  • Master handbook of acoustics
  • Master shots: 100 advanced camera techniques to get an expensive look on your low budget movie
  • Office 2011 for Mac all-in-one dummies
  • Presentation skills 201: how to take it to the next level as a confident, engaging presenter
  • Remix: making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy
  • Sound for film and television
  • Sound reproduction: loudspeakers and rooms
  • Star guitars: 101 guitars that rocked the world
  • Study strategies made easy
  • This business of concert promotion and touring: a practical guide to creating, selling, organizing, and staging concerts
  • Threadless: ten years of t-shirts from the world’s most inspiring online design community
  • Variety: an illustrated history of the world from the most important magazine in Hollywood
  • Waging heavy peach: a hippie dream
  • We the media: grassroots journalism by the people, for the people
  • What they’ll never tell you about the music business: the myths, the secrets, the lies (& a few truths)
  • The wrecking crew: the inside story of rock and roll’s best-kept secret
  • Writing, directing, and producing documentary films and videos


More information about the Wintzen Library and Learning Resource Center can be found HERE!

by vicki

Call For Submissions

July 21, 2010 in Animation & Visual Effects, Announcements, Contests/Competitions, Fine Arts, Game Art & Design, Motion Graphic Design, Sound Arts by vicki

Submissions are invited from individual artists and arts organizations working in visual and performing arts and new media. To be eligible, individuals or organizations applying must have a physical address located within the 510 area code. Examples of eligible work include, but are not limited to: Visual arts – electronic images of drawings, paintings, metal, textiles, sculpture, and installation art… Performing arts – music, dance, dramatic works, spoken word… New media – video, film, animation and other digital media.

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