RockYoFace Through All Eyes

Photo by Bridget Downes
Photo by Bridget Downes

Ian Schafer, Jon Winkler and Bridget Downes took a Monday evening on March 2 to report on the RockYoFace Open Mic Night, using the relatable approach of students taking a break from the classrooms and doing something they enjoy.

People of all ages and majors ranging from theatre arts and history to economics gathered to strut their artistic stuff. Even those talents included a wide variety from duet performances to didgeridoo playing to even poetry.

Photo by Jon Winkler
Photo by Jon Winkler
Photo by Ian Schafer
Photo by Ian Schafer

The team even went behind the scenes and showed off a soundboard responsible for making sure each performances was heard and heard well.

Photo by Jon Winkler
Photo by Jon Winkler

They did very well to capture all aspects of the night. Not only did they display the performances and the technical background, but they even captured audience enjoyment to portray the event from all perspectives.

Photo by Jon Winkler
Photo by Jon Winkler

In grabbing these different perspectives, this group did very well to encompass their event in its entirety.

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