Environmental Knowledge Inspiring Media Creation Study Program

February 18, 2014

Positioned at the convergence of science and art, the Environmental Visual Communication program is designed to fill a recognized void of individuals who are passionate about environmental issues and stories and who want to effectively engage people who can foster change.

 

With a focus on strategic messaging and technical savvy, students learn to use photography, videography, multimedia and design principles to bridge environmental competencies with thoughtful communication through diverse media channels. The program takes place in a truly unique learning environment – at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in downtown Toronto.

Environmental Knowledge Inspiring Media Creation.

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