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A unique TCEA club learning to create by creating real projects. We create the school yearbook, running the pop-up gallery, screen-printing our 100% Chameleon-Made line of products, and taking on special projects throughout the year!
This student-led club produces the a number of special projects, such as the arts and literary Zine, runs the school pop-up art gallery, creates the school yearbook and writes stories and photographs school events. Students learn aspects of digital production, marketing, design and layout, photography, and news reporting/interviewing, under the guidance of Mrs. Brownlee. Though this club meets after school, students are responsible for photographing school events, finding artwork and submissions for the Arts Mag, and more. Submissions to the Art Zine are open to the entire school.
CHECK OUT LAST YEAR'S CHAMELEON COLLECTIVE
Open to Ages: 3rd-8th Grade, Max of 10 students. TCEA students only*
Club Fee: $50 per 10-week session. Fees pay for printing Zine and materials.
Fall Session begins Sept. 13. Meetings on Wednesdays (2-3x per month): 3:30-4:30pm – Entire school year, in 10-week sessions. Students must commit to at least one 10-week session and may re-enroll for the spring session.
Club Meeting Schedule: 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 12/6, 12/13.
Registration will open through Encore Kids College on August 20th.
Our 2017 Staff
Mrs. Trish Brownlee
Contact & Feedback
The Chameleon Collective is published by The Capitol Encore Academy
Digital Design & Photo Club
126 Hay St. Fayetteville NC 28301
Letter to the Editor:
Creating the Arts & Literary Zine
Ideas for stories and limelight?
Email us! email@example.com
Want to do even more?
Join the Digital Design & Photo Club - Creating the Zine, Yearbook & More!
This feature includes interviews with students and teachers:
Who should be in the limelight? Submit staff & students to firstname.lastname@example.org
Artwork & creative writing submitted by TCEA students during 2016-2017! Work from past issues are not removed, work is simply added to keep The Gallery growing. Print space is limited, so more work is included in the gallery than in the print edition.
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