28 media arts students present their work at the Eagles Theater

WABASH, Ind. (WANE) – The Media Arts Program, a collaboration of Honeywell Arts & Entertainment and the Heartland Career Center, featured original photography, audio, video, script and editing projects by the class of 2020-21 on Tuesday at the Eagles Theater.

Launched in 2017, the Media Arts program prepares high school students for careers in media-related businesses and / or industries by developing their understanding of professional business practices, written and verbal communication skills, and communication tools. industry, Honeywell said. In its fifth year, the program was first held at the Eagles Theater, where the INGUARD editing suite and the Haist family studio provided hands-on learning opportunities in audio / video production while the entire facility was used for project work, meetings and presentations. .

Jessica Keffaber, Head of Educational Media at Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, served as an instructor for the 28-member class which included MSD students from Wabash County and North Miami, Oak Hill, Peru, and Wabash high schools. Honeywell said nine were senior graduates.

Media Arts Students 2020-2021 include:

Wabash County MSD

  • Kaleb Bruning (11)
  • Jaxton Coyne (12)
  • DuBois cage (12)

North Miami High School

  • Ross Gosnell (11)
  • Lonnie Johnston (11)

Oak Hill

  • Joyce Harvey (11)
  • Trenton-Moore (11)


Wabash High School

  • Jada Caudill (12)
  • Greyson DeBoard (11)
  • Justin Garret (11)
  • Jaqobie Griffith (12)
  • Ethan Room (11)
  • Lakenya Haney (11)
  • Jared Harner (11)
  • Marcus Haynes (11)
  • Quinn Haynes (11)
  • Haley Higgins (12)
  • Ceyonna Hubbard (11)
  • Jacques Jacques (12)
  • Breanna Keefer (11)
  • Ethan Lewis (12)
  • Bryce Minnick (11)
  • Trystin Music (11)
  • Gavin Nique (11)
  • Aaron Picklesimer (12)
  • Brendan Rowan (11)
  • Zach Smith (12)

For more information on educational offerings from Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, visit HoneywellArts.org.

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