Posted by: Coburn Palmer
April 12, 2019 |
Pulitzer Prize-Winning photographer Nick Ut, who captured the famous image of children running from the painful fire of napalm in Vietnam will speak to Pierce students April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Building 600 as part of the Media Arts Speaker Series.
Nick Ut went on to become a Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations, win several other photography awards, work as an Associated Press photographer and open the AP office in Hanoi in 1993.
His presentation will be followed by a question and answer period. Don't miss this Pulitzer Prize-Winning photographer!
Light refreshments will be provided....
Emmy Award winning filmmaker Shane Stanley spoke to a Great Hall crowded with film and journalism students Monday sharing his experience as a filmmaker with a room full of aspiring artists.
Saying he, “had no agenda,” Stanley spoke without notes or accompanying power point presentation in a “town hall” style session full of personal anecdotes and professional advice for the aspiring actors, writers and directors in the crowd.
Stanley, who was born in Encino and briefly attended Pierce before founding his own production company, Visual Arts Entertainment, won his first Emmy at 16 and his second...