Check out the latest project from the Design Volunteers In Parks program. This term's group worked on the 'Get To Know' campaign for the park. Be sure to check them out on TV and find out how to participate this season.
Students of the Design Volunteers In Parks program are challenged to produce 30 second commercials about particular events happening within the park. Students from the Academy of Art University, Ex'pression College, and R/GA each participate in this collaboration with the National Park Service as volunteers while working with the school's curriculum during their term. Here are a few of the presentations from these students.
Students from Ex'pression College were challenged to produce a branding identity for the park's beach cleanup program. The students came up with the name of the program and developed a full campaign.
Designed by Toby Peterson, Brandon Mead, Justin Betham, Patrick Kim, Ame Garrucho, & Lisa Hetherington
Students from Ex'pression College were challenged to produce a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) for the National Park Service Youth Program in Washington, DC. This PSA was specifically created to target 18-25 year olds to encourage them to leave the concrete forest for the natural forests.
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Volunteer students of the Design Volunteers In Parks program from Ex'pression College: Andrew Bauer, Lauren Patterson, Charles Lee, Kate McApline, and Nixie Melendres.
Public Service Announcement of Alcatraz Cruises Hybrid (captioned)
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Designed by Jarron Tommy Strickland, Scott Nolan, Michael Wilson, Manuel Perez, Joshua Diaz, and Casey Chisom
Students from Ex'pression College were challenged to produce 30-second commercials for the Hornblower Hybrid. This is their commercial.
Designed by Matt Aubuchon, Ben Ng, Justin Ringgold, Will Jimenez, and David Casper.
Did You Know?
A 1° F increase in average temperature seen in California over the last 100 years has led to Sierra snow melting 2 to 4 weeks earlier and flowers blooming 1 to 2 weeks earlier. Temperatures are predicted to increase another 1° to 2° F in the next 25 years.