2018 Summer Media Arts Camp

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

July 2–July 27, 2018

MORNING: 9am–12pm | Ages 10–13
AFTERNOON: 2pm–5pm | Ages 14–18

REGISTRATION: 
Registration is in-person by appointment ONLY. Call 310.392.0846 to schedule an appointment during our registration days. No drop-ins accepted. 

Registration for Continuing & New Students:
Saturday, April 21, 12pm–4pm | Saturday, May 5, 12pm–4pm

FREE FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES! 
To see if you qualify, please bring the following documents from both parents/guardians to your registration appointment: 
• Most recent pay stubs, 2017 tax return, AND proof of federal/public benefits

For all others, Camp is $375/week. Week 1 will be prorated for the 4th of July holiday   (week 1= $300). We do our best to accommodate all children; low-income families receive priority. Please call for more information. 

 

Week 1: July 2–3 & July 5–6, 2018

Morning: 9am–12pm | Ages 10–13

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FILm | Direct This

Draft your own screenplay, shoot with DSLR cameras, and edit with professional software to complete a short film.

 

Photo | Street Photography 

Take to the streets with a digital camera. Learn the basics of digital photography, composition, and storytelling.

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Comic Stories

Must enroll in all 4 weeks. Learn the basics of comic storytelling by developing your own comic characters, writing, drawing, inking, digitally coloring in Photoshop, and printing your comic! 

 

Afternoon: 2pm–5pm | Ages 14–18

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FILM 1 | Direct This

Draft your own screenplay, shoot with DSLRs, and edit with professional software to complete a short film.

FILM 2 | Int/Adv Film Workshop: Recreations

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Refine your skills in staging, lighting, cinematography, and editing by recreating scenes from film history.

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PHOTO 1 | Street Photography! 

Take to the streets with a digital camera. Learn the basics of photography, composition, and storytelling.

PHOTO 2 | Int/Adv Photography: The Senior Project 1

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Interview and photograph senior citizens in their personal spaces and create a multimedia piece incorporating photos, text, and audio clips.

 

Week 2: July 9–July 13, 2018

Morning: 9am–12pm | Ages 10–13

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FILM | Animation Experimentation

Bring your story to life with your stop-motion and mixed-media animated short films.

Photo | Photo & Text

Take your digital photography to the next level. Integrate your photographs with writing and text using Photoshop. 

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Comic Stories

Must enroll in all 4 weeks. Learn the basics of comic storytelling by developing your own comic characters, writing, drawing, inking, digitally coloring in Photoshop, and printing your comic! 

 

Afternoon: 2pm–5pm | Ages 14–18

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FILM 1 | Animation Experimentation

Bring your story to life with your stop-motion and mixed-media animated short films.

FILM 2 | Int/Adv Film: Recreations

Must enroll in 2 weeks.Refine your skills in staging, lighting, cinematography, and editing by recreating scenes from film history.

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PHOTO 1 | Photo & Text 

Take your digital photography to the next level. Integrate your photographs with writing and text using Photoshop.

PHOTO 2 | Int/Adv Photography: The Senior Project 1

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Interview and photograph senior citizens in their personal spaces and create a multimedia piece incorporating photos, text, and audio clips.

 

Week 3: July 16–July 20, 2018

Morning: 9am–12pm | Ages 10–13

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FILM | Filmmaking in Action

Work in a crew, immerse yourself in filmmaking, and make a narrative short film.

Photo | Photo Perspectives

Discover new worlds of the tall and small using close-up and wide-angle digital photography techniques.

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Comic Stories 

Must enroll in all 4 weeks. Learn the basics of comic storytelling by developing your own comic characters, writing, drawing, inking, digitally coloring in Photoshop, and printing your comic!

 

Afternoon: 2pm–5pm | Ages 14–18

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FILM 1 | Filmmaking in Action

Work in a crew, immerse yourself in filmmaking, and make a narrative short film. 

FILM 2 | Int/Adv Film: Web Series

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Work with a crew to produce a mini web series. 

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PHOTO 1 | Photo Perspectives

Discover new worlds of the tall and the small using close-up and wide-angle digital photography techniques.

PHOTO 2 | Int/Adv photography: The Senior Project 2

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Interview and photograph senior citizens in their personal spaces and create a multimedia piece incorporating photos, text, and audio clips.

 

Week 4: July 23–July 27, 2018

Morning: 9am–12pm | Ages 10–13

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FILM | Document This 

Work with a crew to write, produce, direct, and edit an original non-fiction film.

Photo in Action 

Control time with digital photography techniques such as freezing and blurring motion with shutter speed. 

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Comic Stories

Must enroll in all 4 weeks. Learn the basics of comic storytelling by developing your own comic characters, writing, drawing, inking, digitally coloring in Photoshop, and printing your comic! 

 

 Afternoon: 2pm–5pm | Ages 14–18

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FILM 1 | Document This 

Work with a crew to write, produce, direct, and edit an original non-fiction film.

FILM 2 | int/adv film: Web Series

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Work with a crew to produce a mini web series.

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PHOTO 1 | Photo in Action 

Control time with your digital photography with techniques such as freezing and blurring motion with shutter speed.

PHOTO 2 | INT/ADV photography: The Senior Project 2

Must enroll in 2 weeks. Interview and photograph senior citizens in their personal spaces and create a multimedia piece incorporating photos, text, and audio clips.