Inside Out Project Display at the Evanston Civic Center
Video Presentation, shown to Evanston City Council on 9/8/14
Chute's Inside Out Project Trailer:
Cast, Credits, and Photos from Chute's Inside Out Project Performance and Display:
Montage of photos displayed as part of Chute's Inside Out Project:
Chute's Inside Out Project Performance from April, 2014
A Behind the Scenes look at creating Chute's Inside Out Project:
Scan student examples starting on slide 3 using the Aurasma tutorial in slide 2 to reveal video overlays!
Students are so excited to use our new large green screen and lighting equipment to produce amazing green screen videos! 6th graders are using the green screen to make stop motion movies using apps such as DoInk's Green Screen app. 7th graders filmed artist statements about their portraits in front of the green screen and used Final Cut video editing software to place themselves in front of their photo portraits while describing them. 7th graders also used the studio lighting and DSLR camera to take photos for their Photoshop portraits. Some of the 8th grade Advanced Media Arts students are also using the green screen to create their six word story videos, in conjunction with the Inside Out Project. We can't wait to see their finished creations! See students working below!
Special thanks to Mrs. Kushner's 1st period class for assembling the green screen and lighting equipment! They displayed great teamwork as a class and quick problem solving skills to put everything together in one class period!
Artist of the Month:
Jesse Joshua Watson
Biography compiled from http://jessewatson.com/about/ by Jacob V. Watson's is a father of two boys, a dancer, and an artist. He has illustrated children books, CD covers, and magazines. A couple books he illustrated that we are reading here at Chute are Chess Rumble by G. Neri and Ghetto Cowboy by G. Neri. He visited Haiti after the earthquake in 2010 and wrote a book to raise money to support the Haitian people, called HOPE FOR HAITI! View Jesse speaking with our 7th grade Media Arts classes via Google Hangout on October 3rd at this link.