The NVC Digital Arts Academy will provide students interested in the digital media arts opportunities to participate in a week-long, workshop-format course that will introduce them to academic and career opportunities in digital arts and multimedia.
The academy format is designed for high school and first time college students in mind and does not require previous digital media or art or design experience.
Students in the course will learn how to create and manipulate images, videos, 3-D, animation, designs and photography utilizing industry standard software and equipment at the NVC campus.
Enrollment is open to all interested students, but limited to 24 total. A half-credit unit will be provided for the DART 85 class, and there are a limited number of fee waivers for qualifying students.
The week long academy will be taught by New Tech High Instructor James Brown and NVC Art and Design Instructors John Dotta and Alan Skinner. An orientation for the Digital Arts Academy will take place Monday, June 1, at 4 p.m. at the Napa Valley College Mac Lab, Room 3950, adjacent to the Art Department. The orientation will provide information on enrolling, fee waivers and specifics on the Academy.
For more information contact Beth Pratt, CTE director at 707-253-3113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.