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Eye on Video

Part of the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s arts apprenticeship program.

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Eye on Video is part of the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s Neighborhood Studios program, which provides teens the opportunity to learn artistic skills from a Master Teaching Artist, as well as career-skills training to prepare them for today’s creative workplace. Each student also receives a weekly stipend so they don’t have to choose between a quality arts education and a summer job.

Deadline extended! Apply to Eye on Video by THIS Friday, April 13.

Real Art Ways seeks creative teens to apply for our 6-week summer filmmaking program. 15 selected students learn from a Master Teaching Artist and create short films that are screened publicly in our cinema. No experience required.

• Digital camera operation, screenwriting, editing in Adobe Creative Suites, collaboration, and post-production skills will be covered.
• High school students 14-18 are eligible. Students entering freshman year and those who just graduated from high school are also eligible.
• The program runs from June 25 – August 3. Participants must attend all program dates.
• Students must live in a town within the Greater Hartford Arts Council service area.
• $100/week is paid to accepted participants.

Use the PDF at the link below to apply.

NS 2018 Guidelines and Application

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