Photo of the Week
Jay Russell ’10 was recently interviewed and featured on a Chinese TV station and in
Xiangfan’s newspaper during a sculpture-making lesson he led. Russell is currently
living and teaching in Xiangfan, Hubei province, China, a city of five million people.
For the television station and newspaper, he led an event at a dough sculpture
training school for students, parents and teachers (all while sporting a Centre
Photo submissions. To submit a photo for consideration on this page, e-mail Leigh Ivey at email@example.com with “POW” as the subject, or send a photograph through campus mail to her attention. Be sure to identify the people, location, and event. Any photos relating to the Centre experience, whether taken on campus or off campus, may be submitted. And remember, the more dynamic and original the shot, the better. If you're sending a digital photo, be sure to send the picture at the highest resolution possible.
Video submissions. To submit a video for consideration on this page, send a CD with your video in Quicktime format to Leigh Ivey through campus mail. The video must be between 30 and 60 seconds at the highest resolution possible, and can either be raw footage or edited. Remember, the more dynamic and interesting the clip, the better.
Note: photos and videos submitted may be used elsewhere on the College’s website, in publications, or in other Centre communications.