MAPS Media Institute teaching assistant Quin Vulk was recently nominated for a National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Northwest Chapter Emmy Award.

Although she wasn’t awarded an Emmy, it hasn’t dampened her enthusiasm for filmmaking.

This summer, she is sharing the skills she learned in the MAPS program, helping to teach classes in the studio at the Holter Museum of Art.

“My inspiration for ‘Behind the Scenes’ came from the equipment MAPS provides for student use through its many free-of-charge media programs, says Vulk, a Capital High School junior.

Students in 8th to 12th grade interested in learning how to make stop-motion animation films, or other media arts, can enroll for free classes.

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