FALL 2018 REGISTRATION
What is MUSE?
AOC Community Media's MUSE program is an after-school creative program that provides teens with access to free media production resources and instruction. Each week during the Spring and Fall semesters, anyone ages 12-18 can participate in a wide variety of creative media-based activities led by AOC staff and visiting instructors.
All sessions are conducted on Mondays from 4:30-6:00pm at our office, AOC Community Media, 101 Jefferson Street, Suite 100, in the Rosa Parks Transportation Center. You may register your child using the form at the bottom of this page.
FALL 2018 SESSIONS:
Students will learn the basic tools and functions of photo editing software. They will test their skills by creating fun cartoon portraits.
Students will learn the techniques and contexts of voice acting with coaching and constructive feedback. Led by dynamic vocal performer and instructor, Robin Small-McCarthy!
Students will learn about the basics of rhythm and sound in song production and work together to produce some unique tunes.
Students will learn the ins and outs of video composition and discover how to make any subject look interesting! They will practice capturing action, people, and still objects.
Students will learn how video editing can make all the difference in their productions. They will discuss and practice how different editing techniques can give more depth and dimension to their visual stories.
Students will learn some powerful techniques on how to communicate their authentic self on stage, on film, or on the radio. Led by performing actor and theater instructor Bruce Coen.
Students will get crafty with creating their own visual interpretations of free speech!
Students will learn creative and practical skills to achieve spooky horror effects for television and film.
Students will analyze the problems and potential consequences associated with the spread of fake news and learn tips for how to identify reliable sources.
Students will get crafty learning and observing basic animation concepts. They will use these skills to create their own short stop motion animation masterpieces.
Students will learn the fundamentals of computer coding in honor of National Computer Science Education Week! Led by AOC Programming Coordinator William McFarlain.
Are you (or your child) currently enrolled and you need to check your (your child's) progress?
MUSE Registration Form
Fill out the form below completely to register your child for our after school MUSE activity sessions.
For more information about each session, email Christy Tracie, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Students learn the ins and outs of recording and editing their own podcast show!
Guest instructor Robin Small-McCarthy from the NY Institute of Technology shares some very powerful voice acting tips and techniques!
Teens getting comfortable in AOC's audio booth.
Students give life to 2D characters using Adobe Character Animator!
Expression exercises with guest instructor poetry educator Alex Johnson
Learning how to do Monster Movie Makeup like the pros for our Halloween session!
Croppin' and Photoshoppin' with guest instructor visual artist Leah Graeff.