Steven W. Thrasher to Present “Infectious Blackness: How Racial Fear Drives America from Medicine to Politics”
Learn to use digital multimedia tools to tell compelling stories and engage with the world.
From social to streaming media, students learn how to communicate with today's latest tools. Students study the principles and tools of interactive project design, development and distribution to create experiences that have the potential to reach global audiences.
They have access to a digital media lab that includes graphic design, illustration, web design, and digital audio and video production hardware and software. They also have access to high-definition video cameras and digital, single-lense reflex (SLR) cameras.
Students complete an intensive year-long, self-designed senior capstone project. They may also choose to study digital media production abroad at York St. John University in York, England, and build a portfolio of work through Pacific’s Media Arts Production Services company.
Discussion begins at 1 p.m. in Marsh Hall Taylor Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus. Admission is free.
Christian Henry ’07 fell in love in high school — with the art of storytelling.