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Multimedia Arts Camp 2014

In August of 2014, the Moore Scholars hosted 29 students on campus from the Tamassee DAR School, Northside Elementary School, Walhalla Middle School, and Walhalla High School. The theme of the camp was Civic Engagement. Students created videos on topics such as stopping human trafficking, animal abuse, or deforestation; promoting getting involved in the community by volunteering at nursing homes or animal shelters; and gathering intergenerational stories to learn the histories of other people in our communities and schools. In another exciting project promoting fitness and sports, two DAR students were able to meet with a Clemson basketball player to talk about his training tips and play basketball with him. In this sample video, students from Walhalla Middle and High School promote the idea of teaming up to stand up against bullies and have a positive self-image. The script for the video, choreography, singing, photography, and videography are all done by the students themselves, with the support of their Moore Scholar mentors.

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Angie Rogers, Coordinator
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