DH Lab: Printmaking and London

Dakotasky Bowen (Junior, Peck School of the Arts, Printmaking/Ceramics) joined Jessica Meuninck-Ganger (Printmaking, Peck School of the Arts) and Matthew Russell (UWM Libraries Digital Humanities Lab) in pursuing research that investigated the history of printmaking illustration techniques and mapping Victorian London through the lens of Gustave Dore’s London: A Pilgrimage (1873).

Irsen’s Tale by Kai Engel (“Irsen’s Tale” by Kai Engel (kaiengelmusic.wix.com/kaiengel)) (slight rearrangement)

December 2014


A couple spend a night away.

A submission for the 2014 Mixed Emotions Film Festival at SUNY Oswego.

Featuring Jeffrey Newell and Emily Fulfarr

Director: Allain Daigle
Producer: Chris Jones
Director of Photography: Jeffrey Newell
Cinematographer: Allain Daigle
Editors: Allain Daigle and Jeffrey Newell

Unspoken Instrumental – Arian Saleh
My Beloved – Dominik Hauser
Don’t Forget – Blip Blip Bleep

Featured Content
Interview – Kazuo Ishiguro
In the Mood for Love – Wong Kar-Wai

The life sized photo featured is The Wanderer, a portrait from Jeffrey Newell’s Master’s Gallery. The piece features Emily Fulfarr.

February 2014

Oswego County: Anti-Substance Abuse Viral

Substance abuse affects more than just you. Be informed. Make the right choice. Don’t let substances choose for you.

A short viral piece about the consequences of substance abuse. Oswego County and upstate New York have seen terrible increases in the use of dangerous narcotics. Whether it’s heroin, meth, or other synthetics, these substances are not safe.

Isolated by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.org)

June 2014

The Town

A short video encapsulating the mission and goals of The Town, an Oswego nonprofit that connects SUNY Oswego students and the city of Oswego to improve local businesses and foster a stronger sense of community.

“The Start of Something” by Daniel Stein, Joel S. Goodman, Frederick Wiedmann
April 2014

Move Along

Move Along is an organization in Central New York that supports community, growth, and inclusion through adaptive sports education. They strive to provide resources and support for people with disabilities and their families. Through sports, we can come together and overcome our differences in support of a closer community.

For more information, check out their website at movealonginc.com

April 2014