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BAVC's Digital Pathways Video Curriculum is designed to introduce the tools of media production and analysis through creative and socially relevant visual storytelling. Through the creation of two video stories, students complete every phase of filmmaking: storyboarding, directing, shooting, and editing on Final Cut Pro. Our goal is to nurture the talents, skills, and development of young people, and we respect thexperience and perspective that each young person brings to the program.

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“Developing and Implementing a Digital Video Repository for Legacy Dance Documentation” by Lauren Sorensen and Tanisha Jones published in The Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation Conference Proceedings, by UNESCO. March 2013.

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“Codec Comparison for the Digital Preservation of Analog Video” by Angelo Sacerdote and Lauren Sorensen published in the Electronic Media Review, by Electronic Media Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. April 2012 .

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“Capture Software for the Preservation of Analog Video” by Lauren Sorensen published in the Electronic Media Review, by Electronic Media Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. November 2013.

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The BUMP Beats curriculum is designed to immerse students in the techniques of modern computer-based music production. This 18-week course guides students through the process of composing original instrumental music using Propellerhead’s Reason software program. Throughout the course, students learn fundamental musical concepts, including rhythm and melody, basic music theory (scales), and song structure. These concepts are introduced progressively throughout the term in conjunction with the introduction of the various instruments and tools in Reason. All lessons are designed to provide a maximum amount of hands-on learning, supplemented by short lectures and class discussions. By the end of the term, students are able to produce full-length songs in a basic pop-song structure. In addition to providing technical training, lessons challenge students to think critically about music and other forms of media, using relevant contemporary examples for reference.

 

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Bridges Fellowship information from Spring 2016. 

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