CLEARFIELD – The Digital Media Arts program at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) recently wrapped up its first-ever Postcards of Clearfield County project.
The months-long project started in the fall with students in both the morning and afternoon sessions taking pictures in various areas of Clearfield, including Elliot’s Park, the Riverwalk and downtown Clearfield.
Students chose their favorite picture to edit and created a postcard using Photoshop. At the fall open house event, parents, other students and faculty/staff voted for their favorite designs.
The seven most-popular designs were made into actual postcards and they are now available for purchase at the Clearfield County CTC office, Revived & Company, located in the old Plymptonville schoolhouse, and Service Access & Management, located at 216 N. Second St., No. 3 in Clearfield. Packs of all seven designs are available for $5; individual postcards are $1 each.
Proceeds from the project will go to the Digital Media Arts student activity fund and help offset the cost of Adobe certifications for the students.
From left to right, in front, are: Dominic Kovach, Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School; Kyra Mollura, Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School; and Briana Swindell, Curwensville Area High School.
In the back, from left, are: Autumn Riggleman, Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School; Emma Geyer, West Branch Area High School; Rachael Kyler, West Branch Area High School; and Serenity Saupp, Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School.