VideoLeague Academy in Greenville, SC was selected as the SCETV Simile Slam site. In the episode, students perform their own poetry featuring similes inspired by the life of Muhammad Ali. 0:00 Introduction...
Arts, A/V Technology & Communications | Career Explorations
"The arts are all about self-expression, but unless you refine the techniques you need to get your message to your audience, you might as well be talking to yourself. That’s why the South Carolina Arts, AV Technology, and Communications career cluster focuses both on the act of creation and on the technologies that make artistic creation and communication possible. Whether you prefer crafting the message or delivering it, plenty of satisfying jobs in the arts exist in South Carolina."
Pathways to Success: Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Edition . Accessed October 1, 2015. ed.sc.gov
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VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Host Katie Hacker concludes this special with yarn tassel techniques. Yarn tassels can make for great craft projects for those on the go!
VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Lindsay Burke demonstrates to viewers how to make woven bracelets with metal blanks, which mimic the look of Pendleton wools, or traditional woven Navajo design.
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InteractiveThe Columbia Museum of Art sparks powerful connections through art from around the corner and around the world in an environment that is welcoming to all. Click play to view the tour on your device