Video/media designer lectures on campus April 11

This work by Larry Shea, part of "Angels in America" at the Chosky Theater in Pittsburgh, involved the development of a new experimental 3D capture technique as well as custom coded software for actor tracking video projection.

Artist Larry Shea, associate professor of Video and Media Design in the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, presents a free lecture 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11, in the Williamson College of Business Administration Auditorium on the campus of Youngstown State University.

The lecture, presented by the YSU Department of Art, Launch Lab and the Beecher Art and Technology Series, is free and open to the public.

Larry Shea

Shea, who founded and runs the Video and Media Design MFA program at CMU, is an artist working with a wide variety of digital and analog media, creating artworks and developing new media technologies for live events. He is currently developing mobile device-based augmented reality techniques for theatrical events for a new piece, Elements of OZ.  

Parking is available in the Wick Avenue deck or lots adjacent to Williamson Hall for a nominal fee.