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Next Cycle Begins Feb. 2, 2009

REC: Recording Every Corner
(Video Editing/Studio Art Workshop)

ACTIVITIES/MEDIA SKILLS LEARNED

  • Video production and story boarding using professional video and editng equipment,
  • illustration, public art, post production
  • installation of art work in gallery,
  • Learn to put your portfolio together
  • Screenwriting
  • Collaborations with other high school and college art students

ALSO:

  • Professional Portfolio Workshops
  • Meet internationally renowned artists
  • Field Trips to Museums/Galleries/Art Centers
  • Have a final public exhibition at Zeum

SLIDESHOW OF OUR LAST YMP EXHIBTION AT ZEUM

 

 

 

 

 

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Fantality!

An offsite exhibition of work produced by four young artists participating in the Youth Media Project at Galería de la Raza, which documents the video, drawing, sculptural, and installation work developed in a class entitled, Recording Every Corner (REC).

This exhibit is the outcome of a ten-week multimedia class conducted by Jerome Reyes and Ariel Roman that examines urban studies through issues of immigration and cultural borders, both official and imagined.


Exhibition Dates: Thurs. June 19, 2008- TBA


WHERE: Zeum 221 Fourth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
zeum website

Hours: Tues - Sunday 11am-5pm

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Galería's Youth Media Project is a mentorship program serving at-risk youth which aims to strengthen the relation between creative activity, social awareness, and community building. Driven by technological advances and mentorship, this experiential art education program engages youth in the creation of art while examining our local community’s social, cultural and political life. The goals of the YMP are to engage participants in creative activities that explore the significant links between their personal experiences and the larger communities to which they belong. Students can also receive training in building their portfolios for future education.


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