Colorado State Plan

Arts, A/V Technology & Communication


The Fifth Annual Creative Careers Festival will be held on April 17, 2015 at Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy.  The Festival will feature 40 different workshops and presentations by professional artists, roundtable discussions, critiques of student art projects and portfolios, mock interviews, student showcases and design challenges. Students will have the opportunity to expand their understanding of career opportunities in the Creative Industries as well as network with other students from throughout Colorado. The career fields that are the focus of the festival include: 

  • Audio/Sound Production
  • Digital Design - Animation, Graphic Design, New Media, Photography, Web Design, Visual Arts
  • Film/Video Production
  • Technical Theater and Design

The following documents provide detailed instructions on the festival:

2015 CCCF - Festival Flyer
2015 CCCF - Call to Festival
2015 CCCF - List of Sessions

Online registration for the event is open from March 17 - April 3, or when all seating has been filled, whichever comes first.  Seating will be limited, so please register as soon as possible to ensure your spot. Registration can be completed on the following website:
http://tinyurl.com/CCCF2015Register


Student Projects Submission Website:

Students can submit work to the Festival in the areas of Film (video, motion graphics and animations), Audio (music and sound design), or Visual Design Arts (photography, graphic design, photos of drawing/painting, photos of 3-dimensional art, digital 3-D, etc.).  Details are included on the following website: http://2015cccfsubmissions.weebly.com


Festival location:
  
Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, 2250 South Quitman Way, Denver, CO 80219

 

For more information please contact:

Cori Herbst-Loehr, cori_herbst-loehr@dpsk12.org or Jonathan Howard, jonathan_howard@dpsk12.org

 

The Colorado Creative Careers Festival, a statewide event now in its fifth year, has been developed and sponsored by the Colorado Community College System and hosted by Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy.  In addition to these hosting organizations, CCCS gratefully acknowledges the continuing partnership of Colorado Creative Industries (a division of Colorado Economic Development) and the support of workshop presenters and Festival contributors from public and higher education, business, government, trade and industry.  As the Career and Technical Education work and Arts-related opportunities move forward to benefit our Colorado students, we welcome you to become more involved as a potential partner, sponsor, or contributor.

 

Creative Careers Festival - 2011 from Trevor Brooks on Vimeo.

 

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Resources

  National Arts Index Benefits of Implementing a CTSO
  CACTE-STEM, Arts, IT Division  

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Standards

  Arts, A/V Technology & Communication (PDF)
  CTE Standards (course builder) and Help Document

Plans of Study

  Arts, A/V Technology & Comm.  

Advanced Credit Pathways

  Arts, A/V Technology & Comm.  

Credentialing

  Arts, A/V Technology & Comm.  

Related Links

 
   

Contact Information

Tony Raymond, Interim
Colorado Community College System
9101 E Lowry Blvd
Denver, CO  80230
Phone: 720-858-2811
Email: tony.raymond@cccs.edu


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