Multimedia In Focus Media & Arts Camp Overview for May 2017

Media plays a vital role in the lives of today's youth and in our world. The mission of the Vision Multimedia Workshop since 2000 is to introduce youth to the multimedia arts of digital and interactive media. By providing access to high quality hardware, software, excellent instruction, and exposure to professionals in the field, participants learn to create postive multimedia content.  In our program "consumers" become "producers!"

A Typical Day

9:00am   Campers Arrive / Free Time

9:30am  “VisionTime” Speakers

               and Discussion

10:00am  Morning Workshops

12 noon   Lunch and Recreation

1:00 pm  Afternoon Workshops

               Or Field Trip to Media Firm

3:25pm   Workshop Wrap up

3:30pm   Dismissal


Quick Facts

2017 Information

Dates: June 5 –30

Ages 11-18



Session #1: June 5-9

Session #2: June 12-16

Session #3: June 19-23

Session #4: June 26-30

Our Mission

What We Offer

The Multimedia in Focus  summer media camp provides a wide range of exciting, hands-on opportunities for young people. The program provides participants with a head start to higher education or a future career in multimedia as well as gaining confidence and self-esteem through the creative and team building process. We also visit media and arts institutions, as well invite media/arts related guests to present at our “VisionTime” talks.

Info Sheet (PDF)

Our Instructors


Jonathan Hudson, B.A.

Video Production





Tyrone Bigbee, Jr.

Digital Music / Mentor






Kevin Aldana, B.S.

3D & Graphic Design






Bryan Hudson, Th.B., B.S., M.S.


(Read Bio)





Nicholas Evans

Ball State Student

Video & Photography


Assistant Instructor

Sam Ricbarchek


Key Support Partners:

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Mr. Reginald O. Jones

New Covenant Church

Vision Communications

Dr. Wayne Moore, Baptist Ministers Alliance


Vision Multimedia Workshop

New Covenant Church

4625 N. Keystone Avenue

Indianapolis, IN 46205


Multimedia in Focus 2017

Empowering a New Generation

with New Media