MAPS : Media Arts in the Public Schools

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Fear: Self-limiting your potential – By Will Price Will Price Partner at Next Frontier Capital

Often the limitations we face in life are not externally imposed. Too often, we self-sabotage with firmly held beliefs that we are not good at x, not worthy of being considered by y, and the potential to achieve is still born.

MAPS Media Institute wins Emmy, arts program inspires high school kids across state

Based in Hamilton, MAPS Media Institute teaches youngsters film production, graphic design, music production, and new technology.

MAPS Media Institute starts second session classes – This is your chance!

The Emmy-winning Maps Media Institute has started its second session of classes, which are all free of charge

What would it take for generosity to go viral?

“Be brave. Give what you can, and then be absolutely amazed at what happens next,”

You should have more friends of all ages

Intergenerational friendships make your life richer. Here’s how to cultivate them.

MAPS Media Institute is creating tech opportunities for Montana’s rural youth

MAPS Media Institute in Ravalli County provides local students with free, technology and art based instruction from experts in the field.

Five innovations helping charities

From an NFT marketplace for good causes, to an app that connects donors to the homeless, discover innovations that are helping charities and non-profits to thrive

MAPS (Media Arts in the Public Schools) kicks off 2022 with drones, music, animation and film classes

“Ravalli County eighth- to 12th-graders will have incredible creative opportunities in the new year,” said Clare Ann Harff, MAPS Executive Director, in a press release. “From building drones and character drawing for animation, to creating music from scratch and a promotional video for the Ravalli DUI Task Force, MAPS studios will be hopping this winter!”

MAPS Media: ‘What stories will you tell?’

Take a quick trip to for class overviews and to learn more about our statewide programming.

Film by Harlem, MT students, “Looking Forward from Yesterday,” showcase the joys and sorrows that create a culture

“My teacher told me that we can’t get mad at people for being so ignorant because we don’t put anything out there to teach them. So I want to teach more about my culture while learning my culture,” explained Blackcrow.