• #CTEAdventures #ArtistsOnTheRoad

    Posted by AcademyLI News on 12/18/2018
     

    Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology Art, Design and Visual Communication students recently ventured to the NYC Public Library to check out its amazing architecture, decorative woodwork and displayed art inside this historical building/museum. Students also saw got to talk to many artisans in nearby Bryant Park's Winter Village. Student Amber Ciociano, caught sketching, was interviewed by an Irish TV Crew doing a feature on places to visit in NYC. 

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  • Academy Students Receive "Best in Show" at Arts Forum

    Posted by AcademyLI News on 4/30/2018

    Art Design, Professional Photography and TV Production Students Recognized at the LI Media Arts Show

     

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    Four students from the Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology received “Best in Show” distinctions at the recent Long Island Media Arts Show held in Dix Hills at the Five Towns College campus. The Academy is the Career and Technical Education Program of Eastern Suffolk BOCES and has schools in Oakdale, Bellport, and Riverhead.

     

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    One Academy student was recognized for his work in the videography category and three were recognized for their art in the photography division. The Long Island Media Arts Show provides a forum for high school students across the region to showcase their graphic arts, photography, and videography in an environment where they receive evaluations from experienced judges who work in these fields. Students receive feedback from industry professionals and view the work of their peers from across Long Island. The show has been produced by the Eastern Suffolk BOCES Arts-in-Education Department, a program that integrates the arts into K-12 curriculum to enhance learning, for the past 28 years.

     

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  • ADVC Student Winner at the Long House Reserve Competition Winners featured in Local Newspaper

    Posted by Rob Van Brunt on 6/20/2017

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  • Alumni Gives Back to Art Design Students

    Posted by Rob Van Brunt on 9/9/2016

    On September 9, 2016 the Art, Design and Visual Communication class here at BTC had a surprise guest speaker. Kiersten Miller, from Shoreham-Wading River and ADVC graduate alumni, popped in and discussed life as a college student and how her experience here at BTC has helped her easily adjust to college life. Kiersten also brought in some of her freelance professional graphic design work and gave the students some tips on networking. Kiersten said "One of the most important things you need to learn is how to communicate and not be afraid to talk to people you don't know...these networking skills lead me to several graphic design jobs."

     

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