The Detroit Creativity Project and Y Media Arts team up to launch Afterschool Media Club – CW50 Detroit

Southfield (CW50) – The Detroit Creativity Project introduced the Afterschool Media Club, a fun and engaging online media arts program for high school students in Metro Detroit. The program in partnership with Y Media Arts will begin virtually on January 13, 2021 and will focus on album cover design. Various other topics will be covered in the coming weeks. Detroit teens in grades 9-12 are welcome.

Each topic will be split into two- and three-week segments for one hour, one day of the week, with each session featuring a special guest who works in that particular aspect of digital and new media.

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Upcoming sessions include:

  • January 13 & January 20: Album cover design
  • January 27 and February 3: Visual Storytelling: 6 Photo Stories / Storyboards
  • February 10, February 17 and February 24: Commercial Parody Videos
  • March 3 and March 10: Stop motivational animation
  • March 17 and March 24: Focus of the photo session: portraits or landscapes

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General program topics will cover photography, video basics, editing, scriptwriting/story development, short documentaries, music videos and stop motion graphics. Other courses will be announced at a later date. Students only need a phone or tablet.

To register for free, parents and students can visit here. The seats are limited.

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The Detroit Creativity Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that develops and supports improv programs for youth in Detroit and surrounding cities.

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