BGSU digital arts students combat climate change using animation
Did you know that there's a connection between climate change and digital animation?
A few months ago, students from Bonnie Mitchell's Collaborative Digital Art Development class in the School of Art created a series of animated public service announcements about climate issues plaguing our society today. Some of the topics included plastic pollution, clean energy community action and filtering agricultural runoff to mitigate climate change. The animated PSAs were designed to help Algalita, Ohio Citizen Action Group and the Black Swamp Conservancy.
“How do we help these organizations communicate their message in a manner that is appealing and effective?” Mitchell asked her students.
If you'd like to learn more about the amazing connection between climate change and digital animation, make sure to check out this article on BGSU's website here.
To view Ohio Citizen Action's PSA created by Mitchell's students, it is available for viewing on our YouTube channel here.
To learn more about BGSU, please feel free to reach out to Michael Bratton, who can be reached at [email protected] or 419-372-6349.