The Digital Publishing class is now featured in the Cambridge Street Gallery by the cafeteria.
Feel free to bring your students down to view the exhibition! Below are a few Q&A's that will help you and your students understand the purpose of Digital Publishing along with a few images of our published work.
Q: What is the Digital Publishing Team?
A: The Digital Publishing team consists of students in grades 9-12 creating professional graphics, logos, posters, and marketing materials for the Burlington public schools, the local community, and beyond (ie we are a mini design agency). Students may take the Digital Publishing class any year and no design experience is necessary.
Q: Who can request graphic design services?
A: Anyone who is looking for simple graphics services is welcome to make a request by emailing email@example.com. Services are free, and sometimes a client will give the student winner a small token of appreciation or donate to the BHS Art scholarship fund.
Q: Is Digital Publishing taking requests for the 2018-2019 school year?
A: YES! We are looking for work for next year. Students love to design art for clients and see their art published out in the world. We are currently working on a logo for an indie production company based in Central Massachusetts.
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Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.
Burlington Public Schools