Jaclyn Bowie

Jaclyn Bowie is a media artist born and based in the North Carolina piedmont, where she shares her passion for media arts as a medium for creative community collaboration. Her projects include designing projections, curating exhibitions, and organizing community events. She teaches her craft in residencies and workshops for students and teachers in schools, museums, and art centers including the NCMA, the Southeastern Center for Arts Integration, CAM Raleigh and Wilmington, and NYSSSA. REQUEST JACLYN BOWIE

GRADES: Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Visualizing STEM with Animation

Students develop STEM and communication skills while creating group-based animations exploring topics connecting to the class curriculum. Students are motivated to work hard on their short films which are screened in class and shared online upon completion! Residency requires iPads or tablets (supporting iOS or Android) for every 3-4 students.
Residency Lesson Plan

Max Participants: 30

Duration: Minimum 5 days needed for for completion of animation projects. 60-minute sessions

Special Requirements: iPads or tablets (supporting iOS or Android) for every 3-4 students, table space and chairs for groups of 3-4 students to work, store their materials, and charge ipads at end of day. Small desk space for demos, projector with screen or smartboard.

Fee: Fee varies.
*Please contact the CAPS office at (919) 560-2718 to inquire.