IPR Sponsors the 10th Annual EDU High School Film Festival

May 23rd, 2017 by

Written by Jason Koskovich On Friday, May 19th, over 500 people gathered at the Showplace ICON Theater in St. Louis Park’s West End to watch over 80 short films created entirely by Minnesota High School filmmakers. The EDU Film Festival is in its 10th year and was founded by IPR Associate Campus Director and Digital
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IPR Students & Alumni Collaborate On Epic Event

May 23rd, 2017 by

IPR College of Creative Arts recent Sound Design for Visual Media (SDVM) graduate, Brandon McCollum, collaborates with fellow IPR students, staff and alumni to create one epic event at a local nightclub called The Pourhouse. “I was talking to my buddy and IPR lab staff extraordinaire Mark Straley about his new job at The Pourhouse.
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Luke Harper

May 10th, 2017 by

Luke Harper is the owner of 514 Studios, a film/TV video production and event rental space. He has been working in audio for 25 years and has taught at the college level for the last five years. He is a post engineer, a mix engineer, a mastering engineer, and a field engineer. He has worked on
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IPR Instructor Directs Feature Film: Miles Between Us

May 9th, 2017 by

IPR College of Creative Arts instructor, Andrew Hunt directs Miles Between Us, a new family-friendly feature film from independent production company ii FILMS, LLC that will open locally and in select AMC theaters nationwide beginning May 12th – 18th. In 2007, Andrew was selected by Steven Spielberg to be a contestant on the Fox Reality series,
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IPR Students Observe Obscene Optimism: Jeremy Messersmith’s Microtour

April 28th, 2017 by

On a sunny but cool Monday morning in April, IPR’s Speech Communications class gathered at Powderhorn Park in South Minneapolis to participate in local indie musician Jeremy Messersmith’s kick off of his Obscenely Optimistic micro-tour, promoting his latest album of the same name.  Observing artists in the wild is one way we at IPR treat
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Girl Scouts Troop Earns Music Badge at IPR

April 18th, 2017 by

(Blog Contribution: Kelsey Gryz) IPR (Institute of Production & Recording) gave Girl Scout Troop #55887 the opportunity to earn their music badge by touring the school and learning what goes into making a professional song. Along with touring the small class sizes, computer labs, and studios, the eight girl scouts were able to spend time
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IPR Business Communication and Networking Class Crosses Global Music Lines

March 23rd, 2017 by

The Global Student Music website did not exist January of 2017. Today it does. College students from around the world may submit music, listen to music others have submitted, learn about the artist’s involved, and connect with one another.  The future in this industry is dependent upon Communication and Networking and this page is one solution
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IPR Students Assist in the Production of a Feature Film

March 21st, 2017 by

IPR (Institute of Production & Recording) students gain hands-on experience by assisting in the production of the new independent zombie horror-comedy film based on a fictional hockey team called “Ahockalypse.” “This was a great learning experience,” said IPR student, Isaiah Canfield. “I’ve done short films, but this is my first feature, and it was a
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IPR Students Give Back to Community as Part of Class Project

March 15th, 2017 by

Written by Tyler Mathiesen This Winter Quarter, in Aneesa Adams’ Global Citizenship course, our classroom focused on finding a cause close to home that would help kids in any way we could. Although the term “global citizenship” may seem more broad scale, part of the term is also being connected to what is going on
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IPR Named Among Best Audio Engineering Schools in Nation

March 8th, 2017 by

IPR-College of Creative Arts has received a shout out for being one of the best schools for audio engineering in the U.S. Audio Assemble, a website created to help give musicians and producers an edge in their career, listed IPR as one of the top 25 best audio engineering colleges. The website noted that sound studio and recording
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