Schedule

The schedule for the 2018 Engaging Culture Week and the Highbridge Film Festival will be posted two weeks before the event.

 

 

2017 Schedule

Monday – Friday, April 17-21

(Senior Art Exhibits on display all week in locations listed)

Nicole Baker – In Man’s Image
Kinlaw Lobby

Olivia Ericksen – Pretty Girls In Pretty Clothes
Gallery Walk-Through, 2nd floor, Z.T. Johnson Cafeteria

Rebecca Hershey – The Water Understands
Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Z.T. Johnson Cafeteria

 

Wednesday, April 19

7 p.m.

Collegian Year in Review Rollout
Presented by The Asbury Collegian
Asbury Student Center

 

Thursday, April 20

4 p.m.

Lead from Your Strengths: A Communication Leadership Workshop
Asbury Seniors/Dr. Jim Shores
Miller Screening Room

7:30 p.m.

Sounds of Stage and Screen Concert
Presented by Asbury University Music Department
Hughes Auditorium
FREE ADMISSION

 

Friday, April 21

9 a.m.

An Acting Career in Film & Television: Finding One without Losing Yourself
Nancy Stafford, Actress
Miller Center Screening Room

10 a.m.

Special Engaging Culture Chapel Speaker
John Stonestreet, Colson Center for Christian Worldview
Hughes Auditorium

11 a.m.

Writing for the Screen: How to turn your idea into a sellable film, TV show, web series, and more!
Jennifer Dornbush, Screenwriter/Author/Forensic Specialist
Miller Center Screening Room

Noon

Lunch Break

1 p.m.

Breaking and Entering: How to get your foot in the door
Ryan Dornbush, SVP, Operations & Human Resources / Alcon Entertainment
Miller Center Screening Room

2 - 5 p.m.

The Digital Audition: Making Money Acting after Asbury
Jon Menick – Casting Agent/Screen Artists Talent
Greathouse Theatre

2 p.m.

Special Writing Workshop: Pour Me a Stiff One: Death Investigation Explained for Filmmakers
Jennifer Dornbush, Screenwriter/Author/Forensic Specialist
Miller 308

3 p.m.

Breaking Down Storyboards for Lord of the Rings
Albert Mason, Senior Producer, Post Time Studios
Miller Center Screening Room

4 p.m.

Special Writing Workshop: Crash Course in Crime Writing from the Trenches of Hollywood
Jennifer Dornbush, Screenwriter/Author/Forensic Specialist
Miller 308

7 p.m.

Theatrical Performance: The Glass Menagerie
Greathouse Theatre

 

Saturday, April 22

11 a.m.

Special Saturday Editing Workshop
Tate Webb, Digital Editorial and Color Correction, TATE IO
Miller 308

1:30 p.m.

Special Saturday Presentation: The Business of Film and Television
Brady Nasfell – Film/TV Producer
Miller Center Screening Room

7 p.m.

The Highbridge Film Festival
Presented by Asbury University Communication Arts Department
Hughes Auditorium
$15 ADMISSION FOR FESTIVAL PASS

Red Carpet Reception
Immediately following the Film Festival
Miller Center for Communication Arts
ADMISSION TO RECEPTION INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL PASS FEE

 

All events are free admission and open to the public unless otherwise stated.