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A picture is worth a thousand words but only in the context of those who speak the same language. There's a reason why your family photos mean more to you, than the stranger on the street. Video, on the other hand, possesses the ability to tell a story about people, concepts, moments in time, and cultures in a way that gives context for understanding and interpretation.
Once a month, the Minneapolis chapter of the American Institute of Architects Minnesota gathers together around free food to learn from each other.
In this video, their members explore the ways video can be used in Architecture. Then go out there and tell your own story!
WCCO's Jason DeRusha hosted the event and special guests included Renee Cheng, head of the University of Minnesota School of Architecture; developer Peter Remes of First & First; and Gaardhouse filmmaker Zechariah Thormodsgaard.
This segment was produced to provide future filmmakers and those who couldn't attend the event some perspectives from the jury about what was successful about the selected finalists from that year's submissions.