Media Sandbox Michigan State University

Media Sandbox is an integrated program of cinematic arts, journalism, advertising and game development, with additional skills in graphic design, web design, app development, visual storytelling, 3D art and animation.

Media Sandbox Challenge website promo 2015

MSU Advertising Students Go To China

Seeing China: Photographic Views and Viewpoints

Seeing China

Media Sandbox Featured In The Spartan Podcast

Media Sandbox Director, David Wheeler, sits down with MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon to discuss how the program prepares students for the real world. Listen to the full podcast here.

Creativity and China

Follow eight students from Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences take on the OneClub China Youth Creative Festival in Beijing, China, through their blog.



Michael Moore on MSU’s Student Films at the Traverse City Film Festival

Watch

Media Sandbox Creatives


Upcoming Sandbox Events

MSU Comics Forum
Feb. 19-20 • ALL DAY EVENT

CAS Connect
Feb. 20 • 1pm

Photographer’s Talk: Emperor’s River: Photographing Along China’s Grand Canal
Feb. 23 • 7pm


Recent News

MLK Poster Contest Winners Announced

Monday, January 26th, 2015


After a week of voting, the public has chosen three winners out of 12 finalists to receive scholarship awards for the college-wide Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. poster contest....
READ MORE

Recent Alum Publishes Book on the Life of a Muslim in America

Monday, January 26th, 2015

When Omar Thabet graduated from MSU this past summer, he was busy finishing his first book, "Life, Behind the Scenes,"...
READ MORE

Creative Advertising Grad Honored for Having Highest GPA

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

Creative Advertising major Henrik Blix was one of six students who were recognized with Board of Trustees' Awards for having the highest grade point average at the close of thei...
READ MORE

Michigan State UniversityCollege of Communication Arts and Sciences

ABOUT

MSU Media Sandbox is a creative CURRICULUM and COMMUNITY in the College of Communication Arts & Sciences at Michigan State University.