Media arts students win computer graphic design honors
April 27, 2012
Among those placing in the Pennsylvania State Computer Fair regional competition were Brandon Stettner, Nico Vescio, Stephanie Tujetsch and Josh Graef.
Lincoln Park media arts students fared well in two recent computer design competitions.
Isaiah Singletary won the PSA Award of Excellence and Emma Garofalo took Best of Category in the Documentary Division in the Robert Morris University TVT (Television and Video Teachers) Festival on April 11, according to media arts instructor Michael Harb.
At the Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit Computer Fair, Emily Mottes, Brandon Stettner and Nico Vescio won first place in the Digital Movie Category, Josh Graef took first place honors in Website Design, and Stephanie Tujetsch won first in Design. Cody Baker placed third in Animation.
About Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School
The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School (www.lppacs.org) is a Pennsylvania public school providing a state-approved academic program and pre-professional training for grades 7-12 in music, theater, dance, creative writing, health science arts and media arts. The school enrolls 550 students from 58 surrounding school districts.
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