MSU Media Sandbox Showcase & Judging
Nine short films on civil rights in America will be shown to a panel of judges as part of the 2014 Media Sandbox Creative Challenge. Teams of MSU students are competing for up to $6,000 in awards! Inspired by the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. Board of Education and the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, these films will cover several aspects of civil rights, including women and LGBT.
FREE and open to the public! Come cheer on these students as they defend their film projects to a diverse panel of communication professionals and civil rights experts. The Lansing Public Media Center is located at 2500 S. Washington Ave. in Lansing
The Media Sandbox is the media arts destination at Michigan State University. As an innovative curriculum and a creative community, the Media Sandbox serves as a home for those looking to develop their skills in film, television, graphic, web and game design, visual storytelling, journalism, advertising, 3D and animation, documentary – as well as the creative media nobody has thought of yet.
*Alcohol offered at this event