In this course the students apply creative/ problem-solving techniques and group/team principles to media production projects. The assignments provide the opportunity for students to apply knowledge and skills related to Narrative/Genre/Style, Project Management, and Advertising/Promotion/Public Relations. Students identify production opportunities, take technical and conceptual workshops, research and plan projects using tangible criteria, prepare oral (pitch) and written proposals and seek approval to proceed with production. Students participate in the production of group and individual evaluations of the production process using personal and professional perspectives.
Creative Works0 seconds 12 minutes 2 hours 20 days 50 Stars 365° Among the Missing Area Code At the Gate Ballad of Expansion BIASMAP Bouquet Bouquet & Zip Gun Cartesian Luminaire Commodities creativeWorks Dead Air Departure Lounge Detroit - I Feel Good Eat the Louvre Garden of Eternal Time Guerrilla Grafters Local 411 Museum of the Future Phantom Line Phreak Boxez Power of the Mask RAW Roll Call The Shock Throne Transcendental Yellow Rose Two Stories URValue Variety is the Spice of Life Zip Gun
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