I really am grateful for this year’s Advanced media Arts class experience. My favorite experience was hands down, the field trip. Not only did I enjoy sight-seeing Downtown Chicago but the museums were fun and really got me interested in photography. I’m sure the next year’s class would love to go on a field trip like that. Another project that I thoroughly enjoyed was the Inside Out Project. It was fun to have my face as well as my ideas blown up on to a large canvas inside the school. I think that next year, you should take it a step further and paste the photos on the outside of the school or in the courtyard. Also I think we must prevent the excessive tearing of the photos. seeing our photos ripped in the hallways was annoying and really bugged me. So my solution would be to paste them somewhere out of the students' reach or apply a clear covering to all of them (like we did in the school lobby). I also enjoy making end-of -the year slideshows and i think that it should be a yearly project for the the Advance Media Arts classes. I also appreciated the the opportunity to make the shirts and learning how to silk-screen. That was a cool skill to learn. i didn't know that making shirts was that simple. I also really enjoyed making the mini movies with my group. That really brought out a creative side in film-making that i didn't know I had. It made me reconsider my career plans.
Today I just sorted some of the feild trip pictures. this is a much needed step before i make the full slideshow in iMovie
Im going to create a slide show or maybe an stop show for the Advance mediaarts class on our feild trip to the museums downtown chicago in IMovie+
I want to make hyperboles into literal images. For ex: It's raining cats and dogs.
I can make a literal image on photoshop of it raining cats and dogs. I think this will be fun. maybe, we could make it a class project and split the class into groups and assign each group a quote.
You think you know me ? Come inside my school. We are accepting and tolerant. We are united and strong. We are a family. We find comfort in each other’s differences. You think you know us? Come into our Chute home and get comfortable.