A video produced for the Buffalo State Music Department.
A bi-weekly show produced in conjunction with the Athletics Dept.
On this show, football players Casey Kacz and Mike Doherty; Men's hockey coach Nick Carriere and freshman Taylor Pryce;
Swimming and diving coach Dan Allen and sophomore Tom Mermagen; plus "Pros vs. Joes". Hosted by Tom Koller.
A video produced for the Music Department highlighting the online master of music education degree
which was designed for in-service music teachers who already possess an initial teaching certificate.
The real stories of Buffalo State students and how annual gifts help them succeed.
The Buffalo State percussion ensemble joins forces with the theater dept. and Creative Media Services to present a ragtime concert celebrating Buffalo State's acquisition and restoration of a 1919 Deagan Artist's Special xylophone.
A video produced for Weigel Health Center.
A video for students on how to read a Degree Works audit sheet.
A video produced for Weigel Health Center explaining Buffalo State’s Smoking Policy.
Hockey Training Videos:
This is one part of a compilation DVD which Creative Media Services created with the Burchfield Penney Art Center. The virtual tour takes viewers, and especially BSC alumni, around campus giving a fresh look at some familiar, and some not so familiar, buildings.
Original sculptures and art cars created by artists with ties to the Buffalo Niagara region were placed at 57 sites of cultural, historical or heritage interest to make up a cultural arts trail. Arts trail adventurers who visited even a portion of the sites had world-class art experiences, rode vintage merry-go-rounds, traveled along the Erie Canal, learned of our region's prominent part in the history of the automobile. In addition, seven roving art cars traveled throughout Western New York making appearances at festivals and special events all summer long.
This is a 20-minute documentary-style video that excavates Buffalo's layered and diverse African-American histories, celebrating the landscape, environment, and community based on the Underground Railroad. The video's main purpose is to create public awareness as to the deteriorating conditions of the Michigan Street Baptist Church, one of the main stops along the Underground Railroad. The church is the oldest property continuously owned, operated, and occupied by African-Americans in Western New York. Buffalo State's own Technology Support Services department donated time and talent to the worthwhile task of creating the video documentary, which would help preserve this history.
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