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Multimedia Arts Camp 2015

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In the second annual Multimedia Arts Camp, the Moore Scholars hosted 31 students on Clemson University campus from the Tamassee DAR School, Walhalla High School, Walhalla Middle School, Tamassee Salem Middle/High School, and Blue Ridge Elementary. As the theme of the camp was non-profit organizations (NPOs), students designed and created videos for three local not-for-profit organizations: FoxNest, Safe Harbor, and The Dream Center. The students themselves previously chose these organizations. Through the process of developing advertisements for each groups’ selected NPO, students gained knowledge about social-issues such as domestic-violence, homelessness, and no-kill animal shelters while also understanding how they can contribute to their communities. 

Students participating in the 2015 Multimedia Arts Camp were also able to participate in a Q & A session with recent Clemson football player, and now graduate student, Chad Richardson who offered advice about self-motivation, and setting personal goals. The final day of the camp closed with a video premier red-carpet ceremony sponsored by Clemson’s local Jimmy Johns. 

Contact

Angie Rogers, Coordinator
102 Tillman Hall
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634
(864) 656-0416
angelar@clemson.edu