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Students participating in the Neighborhood Studio Eye On Video studies education program at Real Art Ways


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.

This summer we will be hosting 15 filmmaking apprentices in our all-new virtual edition of Eye on Video!

• Workshops will cover digital camera operation, screenwriting, editing, collaboration, and post-production.

• Each apprentice will create their own short film which we will premier in a virtual film festival on August 8.

• The program runs from June 29 – August 7.

• All apprentices live in a town within the Greater Hartford Arts Council (GHAC) service area.

• This program is offered free of cost. Instead, apprentices are paid a weekly stipend.

Due to the power outages, Eye On Video Film Premiere has been postponed to Friday, August 14 at 7 PM.


Event Schedule:

7:00-8:30, Short Film Festival Premiere hosted on YouTube ( )

8:30, 10-minute intermission, (Zoom room will be open and able to join)

8:40-9:40, Q&A with the Filmmakers starts, Q&A hosted on Zoom ( )




Event Program:

Eye On Video Film Program

Eye On Video Film Program


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