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- JuiceMedia Fall 2018 Session StartsOctober 2, 2018The big day is here.
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The first week of JuiceMedia was a welcoming experience to newcomers and oldies alike. The introductory work with cameras and lights put newcomers on the spot, giving them a hands-on approach with the equipment. Fortunately, errors were met with kind … Continue reading
Meet the fall 2016 JuiceMedia crew with their fun and creative zine. Drop by our space @ 550 Vandalia for a coveted hard copy. (Hurry–there’s a limited supply!)
The Twin Cities Social Justice Education Fair 2016 was held at the Patrick Henry High School on Friday, October 21st. The event provided great activities including a youth network, a youth keynote, and various workshops. The youth network was a … Continue reading
This Thursday was the conclusion of the first week of JuiceMedia. Over the past three days, we have made new friends, shot a short film and screened it, and even coined our own film term (“crunchy”—defined below). This week was … Continue reading
Photos by Will
Last week IFP and SPNN students learned a new process of photography called light painting. Light painting photography involves using lights and moving them to form symbols in the air. After three seconds, a picture is taken of the scene. … Continue reading
On Tuesday the 10th, Juice media went on a visit to SPNN’s facilities, located just a few dozen feet away. The students from both youth programs were experimenting with SPNNs large green screen room, where they got to know each … Continue reading
“Swamp Troll” by Behren Taylor (Stop-motion Animation) Why did you want to use legos? Because it’s easier to make the motion video. Claymation had some difficulties, including that when an arm and a leg would touch, it would just … Continue reading
Last Thursday January 28th Juice Media students participated in a lighting demo to better understand how an average interview is lit. It was a basic three point lighting which included: A key, fill, and kicker light. Some of the students … Continue reading