Jun 2, 2014 - From staff reportsTo launch its new interdisciplinary program in film and theater, Central Wyoming College is hosting a weeklong camp in July to give Wyoming high school juniors and seniors hands-on learning experiences in both subjects.
During the camp, students will reside in campus housing and dine in the Food Court while exploring acting and filmmaking. The $140 fee covers all expenses. The camp is July 20 to July 26.
In addition to recreational activities, participating students will work as a creative team, completing a short film using cutting-edge equipment. There also will be acting classes each day.
The program combines the two complementary disciplines to prepare students to declare majors and minors at a four-year institution. The students will complete general education requirements while choosing electives in film and theater.
For more information, call theater director Mike Myers at 855-2217.
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