Long Island Media Arts Show
Tuesday, March 19,
LI Media Arts Show 2012 Video
A Show of high school student media projects and portfolios including Video, Photography,
Computer Graphic and Animations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Teachers/Educators with their most dedicated
high school Media Arts Students.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION. Online registration ONLY.
REGISTER BY MARCH 5, 2012:
Click on link below to register for each of the media arts genres. See details below
for rules and limitations.
Only work that is pre-registered can be scheduled.
Computer Graphics Registration
Computer Animation Registration
$125 REGISTRATION FEE: per school, payable in advance or
at show. Make checks payable to Long Island Media Arts Show. Checks, Purchase Orders
and BOCES Arts-in-Education Contracts accepted.
VIDEO ENTRY LIMIT: Five 5-minute videos maximum per school.
*Note: Please have students enter productions w/ appropriate language
and content and all original footage.
PHOTOGRAPHY/COMPUTER GRAPHICS VOLUNTARY LIMIT:
Teachers please select students who, because of their serious approach and talent,
would most benefit from evaluator comment of their portfolios. No specified limit
of participating students, but we need to keep numbers manageable. Students may
attend show even if not presenting a portfolio.
REGISTER and EVALUATE: Make plans to attend the show (see
Registration form) with a group of your most interested students. Please be the
first “evaluator” by selecting your most committed students and by encouraging the
presentation of the best student work. To benefit from the day, all attending students
should have an interest in the media arts. We also need all media arts teachers
to help with evaluation of student work (from other districts). See enclosed form.
SCHEDULE: Sign in begins at 7:45am; Program is from 8 am
– 1:30 pm. Please stay for the entire program for your students to present and view
the works of other students. Assist your students in planning their presentations
and encourage them to be good audiences when viewing.
Specs and tech for each genre
VIDEO: Students give a brief introduction to their work
and answer questions from evaluators and audience as part of their presentation.
1. All entries must be in DVD, one production per disk, finalized and ready to go.
Confirm DVD compatibility by playing the disk on a standard DVD player before attending
show. Each entry is limited to 5 minutes, excerpts OK.
2. DVDS must be all original material; no re-edits of broadcast footage or movies.
3. Teachers must review DVDS for appropriate language and content. DVDS w/ inappropriate
language/content will be removed from show.
4. LIMIT of 5 DVDS PER SCHOOL.
PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIOS: 3’ x 6’ display panels provided;
2 students exhibit on each panel. Students discuss their work one-on-one
w/ evaluators. Work must remain displayed until end of show. Bring masking or Gaffer’s
tape for mounting (limit 5-6 prints).
COMPUTER ARTS HARD COPY: Students discuss work one-on-one
w/ evaluators. Bring masking or Gaffer’s tape for mounting (5-6 prints).
COMPUTER ANIMATION: includes computer animation, multimedia,
web-page design, traditional animation. Presentation options: DVD or MAC G3 or G4
available on-site. (limit: 5 minutes; works in progress accepted).
GROUP CRITIQUE: Comment on selected student photographs
and computer graphics.
COMPETITION OR PRESENTATION: Admission to the Summer School
of the Media Arts is selective. However, the main objective for students not applying
to the summer school is to present their work to an attentive audience and get feedback
from evaluators and peers in a non-competitive environment.
LUNCH: Sandwiches/beverages are available at reasonable
cost in college cafeteria.
NYS SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE MEDIA ARTS (NYSSSA):
A four-week NYS Education Department sponsored School for the Media Arts Summer Program.
NYS Education Department evaluators attend our Media Arts Show and choose potential summer program participants. Interested students must bring completed Application AND Adjudication forms, available at the links below. They also need to make sure their work is evaluated by the NYS Education Department evaluators attending the show. Ask at the Registration Desk for details on accessing the evaluators. For more info, the Summer School for the Arts office: 518-474-8773
- Application Form
- Adjudication form
SHOW SITE: Roger Sherman, Dean of Administration, is hosting
the show at the excellent FIVE TOWNS COLLEGE facility.
DIRECTIONS TO FIVE TOWNS COLLEGE:
LIE to Exit 50; Bagatelle Road
From West make LEFT; from East make RIGHT onto Bagatelle Road
Make a RIGHT onto Half Hollow Road
Proceed 2 blocks and make a RIGHT on Burrs Lane
College parking is on LEFT, half-way up Burrs Lane
NO SMOKING PERMITTED ANYWHERE ON CAMPUS
INFO: Call 631-286-6989 (Carol
Brown and Diane Bloxon).
Long Island Media Arts Show Committee
• Dan Brenner Video Production Teacher, Retired, Media Arts Show Treasurer.
• Carol Brown Co-chair Media Arts Show; Coordinator Arts-in-Education, ES BOCES, 631-286-6989;
• Bill Buchholz Advertising & Design Teacher, Farmingdale HS.email@example.com
• Tom Camilleri Media Teacher, Locust Valley HS. firstname.lastname@example.org ;516-660-9877
• Mark Deedy, TV Production Teachers, ESBOCES ; email@example.com
• Andy Ellis Advertising, Art & Design Teacher, Islip Career Center, ESBOCES; firstname.lastname@example.org
• Liz Grafer, Photography Teacher, ESBOCES; email@example.com
• Doug Hodges Co-chair Media Arts Show; Retired TV Prod Teacher, E Islip HS; firstname.lastname@example.org
• Carla Loeven Media Arts Teacher, Plainview/Old Bethpage
• Talia Mochi Cliffe Advertising Teacher, BTC, ESBOCES 631-286-6504
• Nancy Nigro Photography Teacher, Oceanside HS 631-678-1200 email@example.com
• David Schaeffler TV Production Teacher Hauppauge HS firstname.lastname@example.org
• Alyson Uttendorfer, Art Teacher, Half Hollow Hills email@example.com
Please extend our invitation to your district or building arts, curriculum and building
There will be an information session at 10:15 AM with refreshments and student observation
throughout the event.
RSVP to Carol Brown (see contact info above)