The Oral History Project is a collaboration between Seabury Middle School students and residents at Franke Toby Jones retirement community. Resources and support were provided by StoryLab at Tacoma Public Library and Teen Librarian Kristy Gale. This is a short video trailer created by Tristan using iMovie.
Andy built a massive and intricate set in Minecraft for his new web series called Tales of Wulfgaria. This short clip is the shows intro which doubles as a trailer. Andy used Movie Draft SE, Minecraft, Camtasia, Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro to complete this project. Keep your eyes out for the upcoming episodes!
Examples from our recent drop in photo editing workshop using Pixelmator!
Have you read, Wonder, by R.J. Palacio? What did you think? Do you have precepts by which you live? What are they? Using film, photography, poetry, drawings, video or mixed media how would you share your ideas (your response to Wonder) with your community?
Stop by the downtown Tacoma Public Library’s StoryLab any time during the month of April, and our staff will help you share your vision using our digital media tools. If you are unable to visit the library, you can still submit a response. Email an attachment or a link firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, April 24th.
On April 27th we will come together as a community in the Olympic Room at the downtown Main Library to share our responses to this year’s Tacoma Reads selection, Wonder. After the showcase, submitted responses will continue to be available on this blog!
We challenged Ric, one of the StoryLab’s talented hip hop artists, to write a song for this years Martin Luther King, Jr., Birthday Celebration. He quickly wrote his lyrics, recorded a song and submitted it to the MLK committee. Ric was very excited to be selected and he performed his song live at the event!
March Madness: A free drop-in digital media workshop for kids, teens and adults!
Learn to use Photoshop and other digital photo editing software to picture yourself on your favorite team during March Madness. Upload your picture to Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler, etc. or print out a copy to take home. All ages. Free!
StoryLab @ The Main Library
March 19th – 22nd 2-5 p.m.
Sat. March 23rd from 9:15 – 5 p.m.