|let them (3:24)|
McKenzie Alosi, directorExposing a dark past by exploiting the underlying psychological reasoning behind misconceptions.
Madalin Berube, directorReminisce on memories, time, and growth. A gentle reminder to slow down and reflect.
Joshua Brumm, director
Graced by the evening's light, a dancer reflects on the essence of humanity.
speak to me of justice* (6:55)
Breanna Brzezinski, director
An Indigenous look at the
decimation of Mother Earth. Is it possible to return to what we once had?
|at the end of every road (4:19)|
Megan Carver, director
This work explores self-reflection on the end of a significant time while moving on to the next journey and path in life.
|It's About Time (3:44)|
Morgan Chojnacki, director
Who's to say which path is the right one to take? What if I change direction in the middle? Why do I have to make my choice now?
In the Light of What Is (4:01)
Anastasia Demco, director
go and appreciate what was, to find peace in what is. Relish in the present, as
there are great things to discover in the light of what is.
Celeste DuPuis, director
indefinite continued progression of existence measuring beyond the world as we know
Rhythm Is Sick (4:08)
Sean Frenzel, director
Every day goes by exactly
like the last one. Breaking out of the monotony of quarantine only requires
some music, and probably annoying your entire apartment building.
A Time Ago (3:44)
Hannah Gavin, director
Time Ago explores a woman’s sense of comfort from her childhood and how that is
now portrayed to her as an adult.
Just a Glimpse* (3:37)
Alexandra Glaser, director
perspective; only a glimpse into the full view.
a whole mood (2:12)
Taylor Hauke, director
A lighthearted, comical take on quarantine and becoming the
heroine of your boredom.
Hidden Seeps Through (5:37)
Elena Hausmann, director
the line between what the mind perceives as real and reality, a woman's home
becomes a metaphor of self while her buried superstition and paranoia
Light of the World (5:23)
Emma Hoenecke, director
This work features the
transformative power of being in a relationship with God, and looks into a
woman’s journey from anxiety to peace.
It's Nothing (6:52)
Sara Johnson, director
There is more nothing than something in the universe, so what pretent that some things don't exist?
Signe Knutson, director
exploration of texture through the lens of contrast.
The Epoch of
Sprinting in a Cloud (3:41)
Ximena Linares, director
A woman’s subtle discovery
that her life is not in her control. Her days handed to her in a deck of cards,
she simmers in her decided, faint fate.
And in the Dirt...
Katie McAdam, director
Through thick and grimy
muck a flower does bloom, breaching the surface to rise above. And in the
Dirt...The Lotus Blooms, serves as a testament that beauty can emerge even amidst the harshest and ugliest of places.
One Track Minded (5:18)
Harrison Mitchell, director
single mind holds more than a single body. It is important to exercise both
Celina Molll, director
In a world full of chaos, everything is changing. The
world as we once knew is not the same world today.
From Me to You (3:17)
Alysa Williams, director
exploration of two sisters and their relationship to each other through time.