BAVC is pleased to offer a four-week environmental justice focused filmmaking program for high school-aged youth between the ages of 14-18, from San Francisco and across the Bay Area.
Participants will develop skills in video and audio production within a collaborative environment, apply those skills to develop a short documentary video project tied to an environmental justice theme and connect the production of the short video to a social impact plan.
Length: 4 weeks
Date: Monday - Friday from Tuesday, July 5th - July 28th
Time: 1 - 4pm
Location: In person at the KQED Headquarters: 2601 Mariposa St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Cost: $800 full pay/sliding scale. BAVC’s summer program is offered on a sliding scale and no one is turned away due to lack of funds.
**Students will have the option to borrow a laptop/camera equipment from BAVC for the duration of the program.
Youth Media Making Summer Intensive
Eligibility: All participants must complete an online application.
Lead Instructor: Yasaman Ford
Producers: Xiarel Guillermo-Cortes + Isabel Soloaga