In just six weeks learn how to combine the different elements of documentary storytelling and create in-depth multimedia pieces. Understand how to develop, create, and design multimedia pieces that showcase a deep understanding of audio, DSLR capture, smart phone capture, and photography.

Each week focuses on different aspects of multimedia storytelling through technical lectures and demonstrations. Introductions are made to audio and video gathering equipment with Canon 5D Mark III and smart phones, and the editing processes using Adobe CC software. Work collaboratively and independently, utilizing these skills in short, in-class exercises as well as stories on the topics of your own choosing.

We will have discussions about how to shape a story and explore the different web applications in which final work will be presented. A working knowledge of digital photography should be had upon entering the class.

Throughout the six weeks we will work in the classroom and in the field to connect with the local community and begin developing unique stories that will be pursued in-depth.

Workstudy students will be required to bring:
  • Laptop with a CC installed (we can assist with any questions here)
  • DSLR and any lenses you have
  • 500GB external hard drive
  • Smartphone

Students work an average of 12 hours each week on campus to cover the cost of their room and board. Rooms and baths are shared.  Meals included weekly from Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast.

Course Dates

This course is not offered at this time.
Check our full workshop listing for other alternatives.

Please email us or call 1-877-577-7700 with any questions.



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Sponsored By

MAC Group