workshops

A very open environment, encouraging.
—Christopher

I love the variety of ages.
—Eddie

SUMMER 2018

(Summer workshops are fully enrolled.  Click on title for complete description.)

EYEWITNESS: PHOTOJOURNALISM IN BLACK & WHITE AND COLOR
Contributing to the larger record of who we are as part of the "family of men"
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-July 14, 1:30-5:30, JHU-MICA Film Center, Room 218 (map)

DO IT YOURSELF: THE WEB SERIES FROM CONCEPT TO PILOT
A crash course in web series production
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-July 14, 9-1, Johns Hopkins Homewood, Brody 4040 (map)

BALTIMORE REIMAGINED: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTS OF COMPOSITING AND ANIMATION
Magical interpretations of Baltimore in still and moving images
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-July 14, 9-1, Morgan State University, Holmes Hall, Rm. G-17 (map)

WHAT I SAW: DOCUMENTING HISTORY THROUGH FIRSTHAND ACCOUNTS
Exploring the history of Baltimore through the people who lived it
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-July 14, 9-1, Johns Hopkins Homewood, 300 Shaffer Hall (map), and on location

PICTURES, POETRY, AND PROSE: THE ART OF THE ACCORDION BOOK
Exploring how different artistic disciplines can succeed together
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-July 14, 9-1, Kids Safe Zone, 1622 N. Carey Street

STORY, STORY, STORY: AN INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING
Shaping personal visions for the screenplay
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 9-July 21, 1:30-5:30; Thursdays, June 14 & 21, 6-8, Johns Hopkins Homewood, 17 Gilman Hall (map)
No class meeting Saturday, June 30

ANIMATED VISIONS: CREATING AN ORIGINAL GIF
An intensive workshop exploring the "complex cycle" technique
Ages 16-29
Saturdays, June 2-23, 9-1, JHU-MICA Film Center, Room 218 (map)

 

Fall workshops start September 15!  Listings coming in August.