The 2017 Keystone Multimedia Workshop was held in State College June 1 - 3, 2017. Information about Keystone 2018 will be available this winter.
THE KEYSTONE MULTIMEDIA WORKSHOP
Keystone is a three-day, intensive, hands-on workshop.
Our goal is to give students, professional photographers, and educators the basics skills needed to produce compelling narrative multimedia stories.
See what our students produced at past workshops under the ‘Student Projects‘ tab at the top of the page. Please contact us with any questions
A little girl participated in Special Olympic of Pennsylvania won the first place at last and she is so optimistic to enjoy her life.
Beau Marchegiani has been on the Area P Special Olympics tennis team for 10 years. He and his coach, Mary Lou O'Hara, regard each other as indispensable parts of each other's life.
Iranian Penn State student, Maryam Hojati talks about her experience with the travel ban.
Windermere Farms is known for its champion Percherons, but a lot goes on behind the scenes.
For one Special Olympic competitor, reward comes in many forms.
Donovan Beltz found his purpose through the Special Olympics. After being diagnosed with autism in 2001, Donovan has had to overcome suicide attempts, bully problems and a dark past. But, with his new found purpose, he's trying to put all that behind him.
Amy Deaven has been competing in The Special Olympics for 20 years. She has played softball and floor hockey and has been competing in swimming for two years. In 2007, she won the silver medal at the World Games. This year, Amy was given the opportunity of a lifetime: lighting the torch at The Special Olympics.
13-year-old Riley won't let her recent brain surgery stop her from horseback riding.