HTHMA Students Honorable Mentions

HTHMA Students Honorable Mentions

McCormick Freedom Project

PosterCongratulations to filmmaker students Ariana Galvan and Kelvin To. Each student received honorable mentions in the national film contest, ‘Seen and Heard’ for their stop-motions created in Margaret Noble’s class about the First Amendment!!!!!

Art Show and Benefit for Media Arts OWW and Art Projects

Art Show and Benefit for Media Arts OWW and Art Projects

RAW NATURE

Sunday, Mar.21
11:30am-5pm

Art Show and Benefit for HTHMA OWW & Art Projects

Soft Launch of Artist Series T-shirts w/Holiday Matinee

20% of all food sales donated to High Tech High Media Arts.

The Blind Lady Ale House
3416 Adams Avenue
san diego, CA 92116
(619) 255-2491

All wood for this art project was generously donated by Cali Bamboo

52 Ideas | Media Arts @margaretnoble.net

52 Ideas | Media Arts @margaretnoble.net


This is an experimental film and process. Fifty two students were asked to attack time lapse photography and track their experiences. In most cases they looked at traffic and weather but there are a few surprises along the way. Lead student visual editor was KJ Edwards and lead student sound designers were Monty Aguilar and Elmo Arteaga.

See More at: 52 Ideas | Media Arts

Media Arts Engineering Students in Tomsguide.com

Media Arts Engineering Students in Tomsguide.com

http://us.bestofmedia.com/us/img/bom_logo.gifTomsguide.com, the definitive online resource for unbiased product reviews, news and information on consumer electronics and high tech products features Media Arts Engineering students for its article: 30 Inventions From Regular Guys

HydroStar, Autonomous Submarine by KJ Edwards & Kate Newcomb

“KJ and Kate are senior students in an advanced high school robotic engineering course. Their project goal was to create a fully submergible and autonomous underwater vehicle.”

Air – R.E.S.C.U.E. Autonomous Helicopter by Jake Neighbors, Kelvin To & Luke Hatchbatch

“Air–R.E.S.C.U.E. is designed to become a fully autonomous flying machine, based on a helicopter chassis. The team hopes that the project can be adapted in the future to become an affordable platform for aerial photography.”