Thank you to our DMAA cabinet officers and Mrs. Williams for putting on a spooktacular Fright Fest movie night for our DMAA students. This was a fun night! Here are some pictures of our first big event of the year. Have a happy Halloween everyone!
UCI is hosting a Saturday Filmmaking Academy on Saturday, November 5th for middle school and high school students. The cost is $35. See their website to learn more. http://outreach.arts.uci.edu/saturday-academy-digital-filmmaking Join UC Irvine DigiFilm and get on-set experience in filmmaking! Students learn the basics of directing and creative story-telling, as well as receive hands-on training with camera and lighting equipment. Weekend Academies in the Arts are day-long
DMAA students - Your Digital Media Arts Academy is hosting our 2nd ever "Fright Fest" movie screening and student video competition this Friday, October 28th from 6 to 9pm here on campus at El Dorado High School. Weather permitting, we will screen the movies outdoors in the corridor between the 800 and 900 buildings. If we have bad weather, we will move indoors to room 904. Here is the plan: Gallery of work from 6-6:30, and the awards will be handed out at 6:30. We will be
DMAA students - Please join us this Friday, October 21st, during 6th period in the Performing Arts Center to meet our first career guest speaker of the year, David Block. I know what you are thinking, but, this is not the same David Block who teaches our Animation / Graphic Design classes. This is the Mr. David Block you might be familiar with from, "Riki Tiki Tavi", "Raggedy Ann and Andy", "Duck Tales", "Kim Possible" and more. He was the Animation Director at Nickelodeon