The Community Media Action Lab, a first-ever course for the College, wrapped Tuesday with a packed screening in the GE Theater at Proctors.
The course, taught by Filmmaker-in-Residence James de Seve, allowed students to create videos to help local community organizations, such as the YWCA and Community Hospice.
“By merging cinematic skills, emotional storytelling and conveyance of information students were able to maximize the message for the community groups,” said de Seve.
The students and their projects are:
Anders Goetz '15 - Salvation Army
Christopher Brown '15 - Center for Community Justice
Mary Cordier '16 - Joan Nicole Prince Home
Evan O’Connor '16 - Community Hospice
Janey Fine '16 - Dudley Observatory
Jordan Witzel '18 - Boy's and Girl's Clubs
Krystal Edwards '17 - Things of My Very Own
Matthew Hellauer '16 - Schenectady Inner City Ministry
Mollie Gilchrist '15 - Troy BID
Navid Nowrouzi '16 - Community Fathers
Nolan Stauffer '16 - Kenney Community Center
Cassandra Padilla '17 - YWCA
Yisy Grullon '16 - Working Group on Girls