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