MAPS : Media Arts in the Public Schools

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MAPS – Everybody Needs Love

…every word sung and every instrument played was done by our MAPSTERS.

MAPS 2016 Summer Program Video – Free Classes to All 8th-12th Grade Montana Students

Make this a memorable summer

‘Variety’ Digs Maps – Montana’s Maps Media Institute Offers Students a World of Opportunities

Widely touted, Maps was named one of the top 50 after-school programs in the U.S. by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities. In 2015 the organization won two awards of excellence from the northwest chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Montana’s MAPS chosen as one of the top 50 after school programs in the US by President’s Committee on the Arts.

We reviewed 301 nominations from 44 states and the District of Columbia, and your program’s selection as one of the 50 Finalists distinguishes it as one of the top arts- and humanities-based programs in the country.

Great MAPS Video – Meals on Wheels Makes a Big Difference for Hundreds in Ravalli County

Congratulations to the students of The MAPS Media Institute who produced this video for the Ravalli County Council on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program.

Congratulations to 2016 Silver Circle Inductee Peter Rosten – CEO – MAPS Media Institute

The Silver Circle honors media professionals who have solid records of making lasting contributions to the industry and their community for more than 25 years.

The Media Arts in the Public Schools (MAPS) Institute Now Has a Store (Great morphing "appearing when hot MAPS logo" coffee mug) and much more)

Cool stuff to help support and promote MAPS. It’s for the kids!!

MAPS To Host ‘Filmmakers In The Schools’. 2/23, Hamilton, Montana

This event is free and all Ravalli County high school students are welcome to attend.

MAPS entrepreneurial class opens on-line store

"The students made it clear that they did not want academic and abstract training in constructing business plans and such things," said Harff. "They wanted hands-on training. They wanted to actually work on starting a business."

What makes MAPS so unique-hint…. it’s the kids

If you ever wondered what MAPS kids are like and what makes them so unique and talented,, here’s a video that pretty much says it all.