San Luis Obispo
Dreams For Sale Student Poster Competition winners recently received their awards during the opening night of Jeffrey Bacon’s exhibition “Dreams for Sale — 30 years of Movie Posters” at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.
Bacon’s competition invited full-time high school and college students from San Luis Obispo County to create their own movie teaser poster designs. The winning posters were finished professionally and are on exhibit at SLOMA through Jan. 28.
All the winners will receive a private behind-the-scenes tour of Universal Pictures Marketing this month. The two co-finalists, one college student and one high school student, also are eligible to receive a three- to five-day internship at The Refinery Creative Group, one of Hollywood’s top creative advertising firms.
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French Hospital Medical Center (FHMC) has added advanced neonatal care for the tiniest of patients at the Stollmeyer Family Birthing Center. The center just completed an Acute Care Nursery, offering bedside neonatal nursing staff, neonatologists, anesthesiologists and an onsite neonatal resuscitation team to stabilize babies born near term.
As a part of the perinatal program at the Stollmeyer Birthing Center, neonates born at the facility at approximately 34 weeks and above receive additional support after birth, including: oxygen therapy, intravenous therapy, transitional care and long-term care, if needed. Neonatal respiratory therapists and highly skilled nurses specializing in neonatal care attend every delivery.