Outta Your Backpack Media Workshop
February 18-20, 2012
• Make a Short Movie!
• Learn Hands-on Script Writing!
• Camera Operation!
• Video Editing!
• & More!
The workshop is free & open to young Indigenous people ages 12-25. (exceptions made of course!) Lunch will be provided. Housing & transportation will not be provided.
Apply here: www.oybm.org/workshop-application/
WHAT IS THE OUTTA YOUR BACKPACK MEDIA WORKSHOP?
• The workshop comprises youth coming together with experienced Native media makers to gain skills to produce their own short video, documentary or digital story. During the three day workshop, participants will learn the basics of video production, camera operating and video editing to create a 3 to 5 minute video.
WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP?
At Taala Hooghan Infoshop & Youth Media Arts Center
1700 N 2nd St. Flagstaff, AZ 86004
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.oybm.org
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ATTEND?
• The workshop is free! Lunch will be provided. Transportation will not be provided.
WHO CAN APPLY?
• While the Youth Media Project Workshop is focused on ensuring that youth from Indigenous communities have access to media skills and resources, anyone can apply. You don’t need previous media experience, just a will to learn! This workshop is also great for advanced media makers!
HOW TO APPLY:
Registration deadline is Feb. 10th, 2012.
This workshop is limited to 30 participants.
Apply here: http://oybm.org/workshop-application/
If you need any special accommodations with this deadline or are planning to send the application by mail, please contact us so that we can expect your application or address your needs immediately. Please post and forward this application so that as many youth as possible get the chance to apply.
Sat. Feb. 18 – 11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Scriptwriting // Storyboarding
Sun. Feb. 19 – 11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Camera // Lighting // Shooting
Mon. Feb. 20 – 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
PUBLIC FILM SCREENING! 6:30 p.m.
The Outta Your Backpack Media Collective creates community ownership of media, recognizing the inherent creative energy of youth, and challenges corporate dominated media.