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Students Creating Original Video Production

Students in the Media Arts Technology (MAT) program at the Center for Innovation (CFI) are developing technical skills and their creativity capacities.  Mr. Shane Smith, Instructor of Media Arts Technology, explained how students are currently working on an original CFI video production, “the students set up cameras, marked spots, instructed and interviewed their models, learned to manipulate equipment to capture photographic and video content utilizing their motion camera systems.” Smith added that the program has “multiple learning activities that engage learners with hands-on production.”

Students can earn up to 12 college credits that can be utilized to meet requirements of the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Visual Communications at Hazard Community & Technical College (HCTC).  The remaining credits needed for the AAS degree can be completed 100% online with HCTC.  “By having students involved in the photo and video collection as well as the editing and production process our students have been able to immerse themselves immediately into media arts and enhance their knowledge, skills, and abilities.  We are so very pleased to have a diverse media program that provides training in television production, video and commercial development, photography, graphic design, commercial print production, 3D animation and game design.”

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