Media Arts Technology (MAT) students at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) are utilizing photography and computer editing software skills to develop stop-motion animation.
Shane Smith, MAT Program Coordinator, commented, "we have been teaching students the fundamentals of photography and developing their software skills. Students can now practice creating animation." Dr. James Davis, CFI Principal, remarked, "our students are effectively using creative design. Creating visual communication and imagery that is highly marketable in the multi-media industry.” MAT students can earn college credits and career-ready industry certifications through coursework and advanced training.
For more information about the MAT program at the CFI, please contact the program coordinator at 862-5580.