I'm glad that I was in this class because i was allowed to do a lot for this school, photography, shirt and sweat pants making, learning final cut pro to edit videos and pictures. I was more independent on my projects because when i work with others it seems to slow. I think Chute media arts needs to teach kids more on what they don't have good experience on.
The best part of being apart of the 50th aniversary is that the students led everything from tie-dye to setting up the building, makig posters, presentations and more. We have an excellent mentor Ms.Kushner who loves to try new things. With out her this wouldn't be possible. Im proud that every single person in our advanced class, help out in some way. Were the best team, and i dont want to loose this team. THe skills that our valuable for advanced media arts is, desighn on photo shop, create projects, work weell with others, do what it takes to ge the job done no matter how dirty you gotta get. The most valuable skill you have to have, is to be able to listen, learn new things and never give up.
For the 50th anniversary i was apart of taking pictures all year, tie dying shirts, printing shirts and sweatpants. The presentation for the 50th was done by students from Ms.Kushner's advanced media arts. We accomplish a lot of the things/tasks as a group.
just finished tye-dying all 50th aniversary shirts. I need to spend all of my time on the shirts and everything that has o do with the 50th anivsary. Also an up comming project that i hope to be doing is filming the high adventure race and make posters for it.
Just finished working on the fidget spinner. We also completed all the tye-dye shirts, we have to iron the shirts and print the desighn that my friend Emily made for the shirts
While making these videos I have been learning more on adding music, transitions, and more. Going back through these videos and looking back and the teams i played with, we were really good.