Fall 2021 Teen Producers Project

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Fall 2021 Teen Producers Project

Welcome to Media Arts Center San Diego’s Award Winning
TEEN PRODUCERS PROJECT

Teen Producers Project

IN-PERSON!

October 2 – December 18, 2021
Saturdays, 10AM-2PM

NEW LOCATIONS!
Intro Level TPP @ the Multimedia Broadcasting Hub at City Heights Library.
Advanced Level TPP @ new UCSD building downtown on the corner of Park and Market streets.


Intro Level TPP (Documentary Filmmaking)
INTRO TPP teaches teens the basic principals of documentary filmmaking while producing 2-3 minute digital stories in a team learning environment.  Students are assigned to a student crew of filmmakers and together produce a short documentary focused on community issues for our Speak City Heights initiative. Technical instruction focuses on intro to cinematography, basic lighting techniques, interviewing skills, storyboarding, camera skills, and how to edit their projects in Adobe Premiere Pro. In addition, this program aims to empower each student to become his or her own unique storyteller (ages 12-18) 

Schedule: Saturdays from 10:00am – 2:00pm

Cost: $360 (General), $320 (Members)

New Location: Media Arts Center San Diego is excited to announce a new partnership with the San Diego Public Library. In-person classes will take place at the new MULTIMEDIA COMMUNITY ACCESS BROADCASTING HUB located at the City Heights Library (3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, CA 92105).

REGISTER HERE FOR INTRO


Advanced Level TPP (Narrative Filmmaking)

Advanced TPP is designed for teens who already know the basics of filmmaking and want to take their skills to a new level. Students are required to have at least one year of experience in filmmaking and proficient in the following skills: manually exposing and focusing on a DSLR camera system, operating a boom microphone and external audio field recorder, and working in post production/editing on Adobe Premiere Pro. The program is instructed by a local professional filmmaker. This class guides students though the process of creating a short narrative film. Write a script, scout locations, audition and work with professional actors, learn advanced cinematography skills, advanced lighting techniques, advanced editing techniques, and more! (Ages 14-18) 

Schedule: Saturdays from 10:00am – 2:00pm

Cost: $360 (General), $320 (Members)

New Location: Media Arts Center San Diego is excited to announce a new partnership with the San Diego Public Library. In-person classes will take place at the new new UCSD building downtown on the corner of Park and Market streets (1100 Market St, 3rd Floor, San Diego, CA 92101)

REGISTER HERE FOR ADVANCED

Teen Producers Project Intro 2018

Not a member? Click here to sign up today! Or, please contact ethan@mediaartscenter.org or call (619) 230-1938 x 101

SCHOLARSHIPS: Need-based scholarships are available for students who qualify for the free and reduced lunch program at school. Partial scholarships are available on a case-by-case basis.  Apply Here

CITY HEIGHTS residents with LIBRARY cards (evidence required) qualify for free registration. Apply the waiver code CITYHEIGHTS during registration. 

 

REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY:
There are no refunds for camps. To receive credit for future camps, cancellation is required at least one week in advance of the start date of camp. Credit will be valid for one year, and will be equal to the amount paid, less 10% for processing fees. Media Arts Center San Diego may at times need to cancel classes due to low enrollment, at which point a check reimbursement will be issued, less 10% for processing fees.

  • MACSD is not responsible for providing refunds or offering makeup sessions for camps missed as a result of illness, emergencies or events beyond the student’s control.
  • MACSD will confirm cancellation via email.

 

Thank you to our Funders & Sponsors!

These camps are supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles. Any findings, opinions, or conclusions contained herein are not necessarily those of the California Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The National Arts and Disability Center.

 

Camps are supported in part by the following funders:

Camp Funders and Sponsors 2018-2019

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