Digital Media Club

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Digital Media Club

Fatima Diarra

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One of the newest clubs at MHS is the Digital Media Club, known also as DMC, run by Mr.Michalski. It is a club for those interested in computer art such as photography, video art, cinematography, blogging, or journalism. Members make personal and student driven projects using whatever media they are interested in. DMC members can also make content for the school and community by photographing events, creating promotional content, or filming events from class competitions to plays. The DMC meets in the ITV room, for an hour twice a month on Wednesdays. Students can stay as long as necessary to get work done and make progress on their projects. The best part is that anyone from any skill level can join. From those who want to learn how to use a camera, to someone who’s looking to make a whole film, all are welcome.

Joining the DMC can help anyone looking to learn new skills or improve in filming, photography, editing and design, and being able to talk about your own work. Even if you come to learn about one media, you can still explore other areas. Mr. Michalski believes in the importance of staying connected with the community. DMC members could get the opportunity to create content for the town as a whole. From content for the mayor, local businesses, or public organizations, to our own school, there can be many opportunities to put the skills you learn to use. 

The benefits of joining DMC is that you can come out having well rounded knowledge in digital art. Mr. Michalski wants to bring his own experience from the field to students so that they can learn from it. Members are encouraged to come with an open mind in order to create amazing content that benefits themselves and their community. Mr. Michalski hopes that members feel that they achieved their goals, contributed to their community, and obtained more tools that prepare them for whatever stage they go to next.