After two days of study on game design careers, DMA students enjoy an afternoon Q&A with Ryan Hewer the founder of Little Dog Games a game developer via video conference.
DMA alumni Garrett Hamilton, a pro photographer and TV producer from Missouri conducted a lighting workshop for our juniors and seniors. During the visit Garrett discussed his career path from when he graduated the DMA class in 2007 to now. Thanks Garrett for inspiring our students to see their possibilities and potential. @ Wildwood Education Center
Class of 2019
Our juniors have had a great 3 day weekend of intense leadership training to prepare them to lead our Chapter next year. Returning home this afternoon.
Opening banquet time at SkillsUSA Fall Leadership
DMA Juniors heading out to the SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference in Albany to gain leadership skills for next years chapter officer team.
Open House is Wednesday October 17 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Come visit our CTE classrooms and shops and see the area's "best kept secret" in career and technology education. Closing America's Skills Gap.
Enjoy our annual Stearn's Chicken BBQ dinner. Call for tickets (pre-sale only)
Team Wildwood at SkillsUSA Nationals 2018 Opening Ceremony.
Gabe and Noah all ready for their orientation meeting at SkillsUSA Nationals. @ Kentucky Exposition Center
DMA makes the front page of the Evening Tribune today. Great opportunity for our students to do authentic hands on work for customers. Watch the video on the Hornell School District home page!
eveningtribune.com School board recognizes retiring teachers, staff; new educators introduced
DMA Senior Yearbook team celebrates with froyo
DMA SkillsNYS team relaxing after a busy day of competition in Syracuse
Today in DMA seniors solve mysteries and search for clues to unlock the breakout box. A new game to make vocabulary review a fun team competition.
We are proud to announce that Garrett, a senior at Alfred-Almond Central School and the Wildwood Digital Media Arts program has won first place in the recent logo design contest held by the GST BOCES STEM Resource Center of Horseheads NY.
Garrett joined Digital Media Arts because of his keen interest in a career in graphic design. In class, Garrett applies his artistic talent to a variety of design projects including creating t-shirts and hoodies for most of the CTE classes on our Wildwood Campus. He already has established a free lance business and has developed his own "brand" web site where he sells his t-shirt designs.
Upon graduation, Garrett is planning to attend college to earn a Graphic Design related degree.
DMA Senior Garrett receives the first place award for the GST STEM Logo Design contest. (L-R)
Kasi Washburn, Wildwood Principal
Steve Denaker, STEM Supervisor,
Sally Deane Moshier, Assistant Principal
We are truly honored to have our DMA Alumni students give of their time and professional insight on our DMA Advisory Board. Its extremely rewarding to know that their time as DMA students contributed to their career success. Extending our thanks to Photographer Heather Stanford (Class of 2008), Graphic Designers Chelsea Kowalik (Class of 2003) and Linda Donaldson for joining us this year and providing guidance for our program and students.
I have to do a quick shout out to Gary Acker who is the Digital Media Arts instructor at the Greater Southern Tier BOCES-Wildwood campus. Last night we met for our annual Advisory Board meeting, something I have participated in for the past 4 years as an Advisor and every year I come home and I am more and more impressed with the program and the resources that are available to these students in the Southern Tier. These high school students have access to explore every specialty in the digital design world to get a feel for what they are capable of and passionate about. They have the tools to learn programs that are used in the industry everywhere, tools to learn photography, cinematography/filmmaking, music productions (yes they have an entire music/tv production room), animation, and design. They even have a 3D printer 😀 but all of that is "stuff"... the instructors and staff are the big piece here, they give the students the confidence that they can make it in the art industry and that they are capable of bigger things no matter what their background might be, I am living proof of this. No matter where you are in life as long as you stay passionate and focused you can accomplish anything that you have put your mind to. Thank you Mr. Acker for being such a positive influence in my life, I know I wasn't your most cooperative student when it came to doing any work other than photography but I like to think I turned out ok 😀
And to the people who believe you can't make a career in the art industry here is a big eye roll for you 🙄 I have met many spectacular artist in this industry and I couldn't prouder to be apart of it!
DMA Junior team arrives at the 2017 SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Training Conference in Albany.
Today’s DMA junior Halloween costume contest was won by Troy the clown.
Becky works on a set of photo ID badges for our Criminal Justice class.
Finishing up another big t-shirt order in our DMA studio. Great job Macy & team. Another cool graphic designed by Garrett.
Macy, a Hornell senior DMA student shows off the replacement vinyl signage she designed and produced for this excavator as a collaborative project with our heavy equipment class. Macy is our DMA student production manager for creating signs, banners and designs for t-shirts and hoodies.
DMA Wildwood's Class of 2018 just starting their second year together. Seniors rock!
Here's the Wildwood DMA Class of 2019 just finishing up their first week as juniors.
Reflecting on a great week in Louisville
Here it is: Our 2017 "Week in Review" video for SkillsUSA's 53rd National Leadership and Skills Conference. Thanks to all of our members, partners and friends who made this the biggest and best national conference in SkillsUSA history! #nlsc17
Three DMA junior girls (Maddie Regan and Alexandra) represent New York state as they present their project to judges at the SkillsUSA National Championships in Louisville. The girls ranked 7th out of 40 high school teams from across the USA. We are very proud of you. Look out next year Louisville!
Madison Garrigues, Regan Hooker, and Alexandra Whittall present their Promotional Bulletin Board on the Skills gap at the SkillsUSA National Championships. Great job ladies. We're proud of you.
More day 2 setup
Just after their 1st presentation.
We're on our way to Nationals in Louisville KY once again this year in June. This year DMA has three junior students who won at the SkillsUSA New York State competition at the Syracuse Fairgrounds in April.
They now are on their way to represent our state at the SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference and Competition in Louisville. Madison and Regan are from Canisteo Greenwood and Alexandra is from Alfred-Almond.
We've been working hard to raise funds to cover the weeklong trip. These professional young ladies will be most appreciative of your help. You can read about their project in this GoFundMe page that they created.
gofundme.com OVERVIEW: Hello, our names are Madison Garrigues, Regan Hooker, and Alexandra Whittall. We are junior Digital Media Arts students at a Career and Technical Education High School campus located in Hornell, New York. This April, our team of three competed in the Promotional Bulletin Board competi...
Tristan buying some camera gear at B&H then up 5th Ave to see the famous NY Public library
Just arrived at our hotel.. Waiting for the bus into NYC
Macayla Howell 3rd place in Photography.... Maddi Garrigues Alexandra Whittall and Regan Hooker win 3rd in Promotional Bulletin Board
Team DMA rockin the competition at New York SkillsUSA in Syracuse.
Opening ceremony at SkillsUSA New York State competition kicks off 3 days of events here in Syracuse. DMA students are competing in Digital Cinema/Filmmaking, Photography, and Promotional Bulletin Board events. There are over 2500 Attending tonight's event from all across NY
DMA Skills team on their way to victory at SkillsUSA New York State!
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