The first faculty member to present was Bob, who is very much into gaming. He started off by telling us about his favorite kind of video games, such as pinball. He also spoke about how he got involved with his first E3 gaming event. which made him realize how big the gaming community actually was, instead of viewing it from a consumer’s point of view. He also spoke about his first video game console as well.
The second faculty member to present was Alex Robinson, who teaches painting and visual studies I. She spoke about how she’s created gifs out of the photographs that her daughters have taken. She said that she enjoys them because there’s repetition followed by disruption.
The third faculty member to present was Joe Vitone, who also teaches visual studies I along with professor Robinson. He spoke about how he enjoys taking photographs of different families in Ohio. He also spoke about his own family, and of the histories of some of the people in said photographs. (Such as drug addiction.)
Overall, I enjoyed the course. I feel as though I could’ve enjoyed it better if there was more interaction between the students and the actual professors. I felt that it was much more presentations than anything hands-on.