In April 2018, the first class of LCAA student filmmakers presented original short films and held a premiere at the Frazer Museum in Louisville, KY. Students wrote, directed, shot and edited their own works then presented them to a crowd of family and friends. Students will be holding the second premiers with a new group of student filmmakers on April 27 at 11:00 a.m. again at the Frazer Museum.
The Louisville Creative Arts Academy is so proud of our student artists. One of our current students is part artist/part entrepreneur. Jenna Thompson. a 10th grade student at Louisville Creative Arts Academy has taken her interest in costuming and design and made a business bringing creative characters to life.
The innovative fifteen year old has been making elaborate costumes for a just under a year and a half. According to Jenna, just one of the masks she makes takes around 8 months to complete. She has started taking commissions recently.
“I do custom costumes of people’s character (designs).” says the young costuming artist. Her prices start at $600 for a set of: the mask, gloves, and a tail. You can contact Jenna for a quote via email at email@example.com .