The Multimedia Production Day event planned for November 16 has been postponed to Spring 2023. More information will be available in the coming weeks. 

Lights, cameras, and lots of action! Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (FDLTCC) is excited to host Multimedia Production Day on campus November 16, 2022, from 12:00pm -1:00pm. During the exciting event, students will demonstrate in real time how to take photos, record audio, shoot video, create digital graphics, and then edit the coverage in Adobe Creative Cloud software. The public is invited to join the event on campus or virtually. For more information, visit

The impetus for the fun event came from Multimedia Production students’ desire to showcase both the skills they are learning as well as some of the industry-standard production equipment at FDLTCC’s Ojibwemowining Digital Arts and Storytelling (ODAS) Studio.

According to David McDonald, Multimedia Production Program Coordinator at FDLTCC, “You can feel the momentum growing in our Multimedia Production program. Some students took the initiative and started their own podcast about the college experience of Indigenous peoples, others are involved with a wide variety of video projects focusing on environmental issues, and others are doing class assignments in photojournalism depicting life on the FDLTCC campus. A lot of great original digital content is being produced and a lot more is coming.”

Check out some of the non-partisan audio public service announcements created by the Introduction to Digital Storytelling class this fall.

VOTE – BE THE CHANGE, produced by Steven Martin

VOTE – IMPORTANT, produced by Trina Headbird

VOTE – BE THE CHANGE, produced by Leilani Belisle-Summers


The public is invited to join the exciting and informative Multimedia Production event on campus or virtually on YouTube from 12:00pm – 1:00pm CT on Wednesday, November 16. For more information, please contact David McDonald at david.mcdonald*AT* or visit

Learn About Multimedia Production Day

Multimedia Production Day Flyer


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