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Billie’s Art Show, An ARS Animation

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On the weekend of January 18th, the annual weekend film challenge was hosted by Travis high school and was judged by the film and audio visual production teachers of AISD. This year, the head of the Media Tech pathway, Roger Soden, suggested to his students that they should submit an animation to the weekend film challenge. No team has ever submitted to the weekend film challenge with an animation. Typically animation is much more labor-intensive than film and requires more time to produce. Eight students volunteered to take on the challenge of making an entire animation in the span of three days with no prior preparations. The rules of the Weekend film challenge stated that each group must use at some point in their film a predetermined character, prop, and line of dialogue created by the judges of the competition. In the end, the group was successful despite a few hiccups along the way and was able to make a final product. 

 

Think of the most random and forgetful person you know. Anabelle Glass, a freckle-faced sophomore should pop into your mind. Glass is in the Media Tech Pathway at Ann Richards. You will probably see her hanging out with her friends in front of the library or in a stairway. At school, Anabelle participates in Youth and Government, Cross Country, and Newspaper. When Anabelle is not at school or with friends she is cooking some delicious grub or doodling on some scratch paper. Anabelle is the Audio Visual editor of the ARS Polaris Press and is looking forward to being an editor in Newspaper.

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