Informing Communities and Sustaining Democracy In The Digital Age
We don't teach students what to think about Media.
We teach students how to critically analyze Media so
why people respond to Media the way
that they do.
ECHOES OF AN ERA
Our program uses classic songs of the 1970s to teach American history and demonstrate it's cyclical nature. Students also learn how to read images and think critically about Media. While working in production crews, students learn how to collaborate and communicate with their peers. Using digital video technology, students learn how to create films and videos that amplify their voices, reflect the world around them and help bring the changes in the world that they want to see.
“By learning the meaning of color and shapes, I learned how to interpret the reality of the environment we live in and the subtle messages being portrayed. It was so interesting to me that I still carry that information with me and I’m still learning lessons from those lessons.”
Film Media Literacy Student
The High School of Graphic Communication Arts, NYC
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"Thank you for guiding the students to the point of sophistication in appreciating the power of media, and in helping them to understand the discipline it takes to be 'students of' if not professional filmmakers every one."
The High School Of Art and Design, NYC
"Truth may not be stranger than fiction, but it can be as entertaining. Just ask the students in Jennifer Saunders' Media Studies class at Manhattan's High School of Art and Design."
New York Newsday, Queens, NY