The Baltimore Youth Film Arts Program offers Baltimore City residents ages 16 to 29 the opportunity to learn
camera skills, refine storytelling techniques, and create films and photographs to be shared at public screenings
and exhibits and on the program website. Participants are paid stipends for their contributions
and receive certificates for successful completion.
Our mission is to build an online archive of Baltimore voices; a representation of our city, historical and current, real and imagined. Be part of the project. We want to hear from you!
The Baltimore Youth Film Arts Program is made possible by the support of the Johns Hopkins Film and Media Studies Program and a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
(These workshops are completed. Click on titles for full descriptions.)
BALTIMORE UPROAR: DOCUMENTING MEMOIR AND JAZZ
Exploring connections between jazz and the art of collage
Morgan State University and on location at the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
MOVEMENT AND MEANING: AN INTRODUCTION TO DANCE FOR THE CAMERA
Experimental movement and videography
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL VIDEO: LEARN IT, SHOOT IT, SHARE IT!
Video and audio basics for the short, instructional film
JHU-MICA Film Center
IMAGE OF THE CITY
Urban photography: theory and practice
Johns Hopkins Homewood
2018 workshop listings coming in December!
BALTIMORE YOUTH FILM ARTS OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, December 9, 1-5
TouchPoint at the Mondawmin Mall, 2000 Gwynn’s Falls Parkway (map)
TRY YOUR HAND AT:
Video & Audio Recording • Video Editing • Photography
Also Featuring a Storytelling Booth and Photographic Portraits
Share Your Story! Take Home a Portrait!
Free and Open to the Public • All Ages Welcome • Food, Drink, Door Prizes
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Just Walk In!