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Americons Gets Digital Distribution; IPR Students Credited

Last January, IPR announced that several students received sound editing credit for their work on the feature film Americons. The film, directed by Theo Avgerinos, had a limited national run at the beginning of this year. This fall, Americons struck a deal for digital distribution. This means that the film is now available via iTunes, On Demand, DirecTV,… Read more

October 2nd, 2015 by

Candid Camera Conversation

“Maybe I should go with the Canon – EOS Rebel T5 DSLR, 18 – 55mm and 75-300mm Lenses. “Although, the EOS 6D DSLR with 24-105mm f/4L IS Lens sounds pretty good, too. “But wait, didn’t Brad just buy the Nikon – D3300 DSLR with 18-55mm and 55-200mm VR Lenses?” If you understood all of that… Read more

September 16th, 2015 by

IPR Hosts Loft Literary Center Event

By Rebecca Buller On Saturday, August 22, IPR hosted one of 40 events taking place as part of the Loft Literary Center’s celebration of its 40th Anniversary. The event “Dynamic Duos: Words and Music,” brought IPR students and facility together with local authors who recorded passages from their work at the IPR audio studios. Gail Milstein, Loft… Read more

August 28th, 2015 by

IPR Digital Video Instructor’s Film Gets Distribution Deal

Wayne Johnson is a busy guy. He’s been a film producer and director since 1999, is the father of two, and teaches Applied Color Theory, Visual Effects, and Advanced Field Production in the IPR Digital Video and Media Production BFA and AAS programs. He is also in post-production on two feature films, is working with writers… Read more

August 18th, 2015 by

IPR Community Service: Open Arms

This year, Dean of Education Rebecca Buller decided it was time to be of service in a different way. And like all acts of charity, she had no idea how that decision would reverberate, not just in the community, but right here at IPR as well.. IPR has a yearlong commitment to community service. Instructors… Read more

July 20th, 2015 by

IPR Faculty and Staff Members Named VIPs

As part of IPR’s quarterly town hall meeting, four members of the IPR team were recognized as “IPR VIP’s” for their outstanding work and contributions to the IPR campus. The first award, the “Beat the Drum” award went to Admissions Representative Tanya Norman for her hard work putting together “Breaking the Glass Ceiling,” an event… Read more

June 23rd, 2015 by

IPR Students Donate “Sweet Dreams”

Sweet Dreams for Kids is a local charity whose mission is to provide pajamas for children who spend long amounts of time in the hospital. IPR is a College of Creative Arts whose students have a long history of community involvement. “Sweet Dreams are Made of These” was an IPR charity event hosted by Aneesa Adam’s… Read more

June 22nd, 2015 by

Professor Griff Gives IPR Students a Lesson in Respect, Culture and Being True to Yourself

On Thursday, June 11, 2015, students at IPR took a break from their busy finals week to hear a special lesson from Professor Griff. The Minister of Information of Grammy-nominated hip-hop group Public Enemy visited the campus in downtown Minneapolis for an intimate Q&A session with students, faculty and staff. He discussed everything from his… Read more

June 12th, 2015 by

IPR Students Open Studio to an Emerging Talent

When eighth grader Leila Lowry was tasked with creating a middle school capstone project for the City of Lakes Waldorf School, she didn’t think small. The resulting project turned into an EP’s worth of tracks; a collaboration between IPR’s Audio Production Department; and the genesis of a career. Leila has taken voice lessons for the… Read more

June 2nd, 2015 by

High School IPR Student Enters EDU Film Festival

In a post-apocalyptic world, zombies roam aimlessly looking to feed on the living. What makes this world not-so cliché is a love story. “I like to think that the video is about finding love in a bad situation,” said Joe Hegle, a junior at Mounds View High School and who is now an IPR student… Read more

May 7th, 2015 by

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