Sunday, October 21, 2012

The Student

In 2009, we set out to respond to Sir Ken Robinson's TED talk on how many schools are not killing creativity. As we launch our fourth global digital arts collaboration, MyThology, we are pleased to share our brand new site. The is now live with resources for how schools around the globe can come together to discover and share their creativity around modern interpretations of classical and cultural myths.

On the site you will also find links to our past digital publications, Paint the World with Light, Float!, and SurrealisticMe, for print and the iPad. All proceeds benefit the Jacaranda School for AIDS orphans in Malawi.

Make sure to catch Sir Ken Robinson as he keynotes the

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Globally Surrealistic

DATA Digital Imaging is pleased to announce that our third global digital arts collaboration as The Student Creative is now available in print and for the iPad! Grab all three collaborative texts with student images from the US, Canada, Asia, the UK, and South America or the current book, Surrealistic Me. All proceeds benefit the Jacaranda Foundation in Malawi.

Also visit our new site with this year's global challenge, MyThology, at!

Find The Student Creative conversations on these global education networks

Friday, October 19, 2012

DATA on 94.3 FM

On October 2nd, KNEWS 94.3 local radio host, David Wilson, visited the HEAL and DATA programs at CCHS as part of a series on Career Technical Education in PSUSD. About 10 DATA students did an awesome job speaking about their interests in photography, graphics, 3d, game design, video, journalism, and SkillsUSA.

Listen to 
- Jump to time 6:20 in the audio player -

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Imaging Youth Designs

Once again, local artist and 2005 Cathedral City High School graduate returned to lend a hand and a creative eye to the DATA Di program. Aaron Hansen, whose mural work stretches beyond the Coachella Valley, worked with students on this year's DATA t-shirts by providing inspiration, design feed back, and screen printing techniques. Students gained an insight into developing their brand and hands-on experience in t-shirt production as they prepare for this year's SkillsUSA competition season.

Check out his recent interview for Palm Springs Life magazine,

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