DC MET dMAC students Arnesia and Victoria explore the various aspects of music in this podcast interview. Listen to their unique perspective.
DC MET dMAC student Victor Estes explores the various aspects of LOVE with his peers in this podcast. Listen to their unique perspective.
Welcome to the Anacostia SHS dMAC
The students at Anacostia High School Digital Media Arts Club (dMAC) created a video blog post to introduce you to the club members and give you a glimpse of the work we’re creating. ~Shamela McClain & Tyrell Vaughn 2012-2013 … Continue reading
“Mikhael” (Public Media Corps, Oklahoma)
A young Ponca boy interviews his grandmother for some insights on what it was like growing up Ponca in her time. A video from the after school digital literacy programs of the Public Media Corps in Oklahoma.
“Alonzo Warrior” (Public Media Corps, Oklahoma)
A ten-year old Ponca boy shares his ancestral pride in a video made as part of the Public Media Corps digital literacy after school program in Oklahoma.
Fancy Shawl Dance (Public Media Corps, Oklahoma)
Two young Ponca tribe girls, Samantha and Catherine, make a short video showcasing the apparel and act of fancy shawl dancing, a traditional folk dance. Produced as part of the after school digital literacy programs of the Public Media Corps … Continue reading
Impact of the dMAC at Anacostia Neighborhood Library
The Anacostia community reflects on the importance of the American Graduate Digital Media Arts Club (dMAC) program at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library.
Education Talk Back – Bullying
In “Education Talk Back – Bullying” Digital Media Arts Club students at Ballou High School discuss the effects of bullying. “Education Talk Back” is a series of discussions with DC students about the challenges in their schools, families and communities. … Continue reading