The Digital Media Training Program in Harlem trains students ages 11 to 22 in video, photography, animation, journalism, mathematics, engineering and 3D printing. The program also seeks to chronicle the rich history of Harlem through the creation of the Harlem Through My Eyes History Project, a video oral history archives and a series of multi-media projects including books, documentaries and exhibits

 

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White House Student Film Festival 2016

Digital Media Training program students, 2016 Winners of the 3rd Annual White House Student Film Festival. Natalie Cabrera, Joann Mariani (Journalism Instructor), Faeyah Muhammad, Samia Uddin, Nicoles Rasoario, Melvin McCray (Program Director), (kneeling) Justin Rivera, and Matthew Smart.

Digital Media Training program students, 2016 Winners of the 3rd Annual White House Student Film Festival. Natalie Cabrera, Joann Mariani (Journalism Instructor), Faeyah Muhammad, Samia Uddin, Nicoles Rasoario, Melvin McCray (Program Director), (kneeling) Justin Rivera, and Matthew Smart.


Digital Media Training Program in Harlem

Harlem photographer John Pinderhughes talks to students about his life and work (photo courtesy of Digital Media Training Program).

Harlem photographer John Pinderhughes talks to students about his life and work (photo courtesy of Digital Media Training Program).

Harlem Through My Eyes History Project

Actor Anna Maria Horsford being interviewed at MIST Harlem by students of the Digital Media Training Program at MIST Harlem (Photo courtesy of the Digital Media Training Program).

Actor Anna Maria Horsford being interviewed at MIST Harlem by students of the Digital Media Training Program at MIST Harlem (Photo courtesy of the Digital Media Training Program).