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National Fine Arts Festival a Success

by Pam Denlinger | August 17, 2012
Kids enjoy our mobile Media Center at the National Arts Festival

For a second year, Valley Forge Christian College (VFCC) showcased with great success its mobile Media Command Center (mMCC) at the Assemblies of God National Fine Arts Festival in Louisville, Ky. The digital recording facility was buzzing with excitement as hundreds of high school students from around the country stopped by to record live tracks of their worship teams, bands, vocal and instrumental solos and ensembles. The 48-foot semi-trailer outfitted with state-of-the-art digital recording equipment and instructional space has become a great tool and resource for students to professionally record their performances, adding an incomparable experience for musicians.

VFCC also featured its popular photo booth, capturing the fun and silliness of those that stopped by the booth. Click here to view photo booth and behind the scenes recording studio photos.

Approximately 13,000 students attended the Fine Arts Festival where presentations, evaluations and callbacks took place between August 6-10, 2012. On the last day of the festival, winners were presented with Award of Merit, Award of Excellence and Honorable Mention trophies in 96 categories. During the Fine Arts Celebration Service, VFCC also presented a $3,000 scholarship to high school junior Sarah Clark from Port Jervis, New York.