INTRO TO FILM: AGES 4-12
Campers learn DIY filmmaking techniques - shooting and editing on iPhones - that they can continue using at home with their friends and family. We encourage even our youngest campers to take what they learn and continue making their own films at home. Groups of 5-6 students brainstorm, create plot & characters, draw storyboards, and build sets. By the end of the workshop, they will have a completed film trailer for their movie. While filming a trailer and having fun the students explore professional techniques for drama, theatre, and the creative arts. Join us Friday, January 5th for a screening party with our friends and family. No prior film experience is required.
DATES: January 2-5, 2018
Please select which session you are interested in registering for and pay through PayPal. You may register for more than one session. In addition, please email email@example.com with your name, child's name, age, gender, address, phone number, emergency contact info, dietary restrictions/health concerns.
Contact Sam Bass, Art Camp Director, at 504-913-2989 with any questions or registration issues.
WINTER CAMP SCHEDULE
(9AM-3PM CAMP : 3PM-5PM AFTERCARE*)
- Warm Up Exercises & Brain Games
- Morning Workshop
- Afternoon Workshop
- Outside Play - We take several physical activity breaks during the day. Healthy Heart, Healthy Mind, Healthy Body
- Snack and Clean Up
*Aftercare is available from 3-5 pm for an additional $15/day.
NOTE: We don't always stay at Art Klub & frequently take field trips outside including the St. Roch park (2 blocks away) playground and basketball courts. We require waivers and field trip permission slips for your child to leave camp. Students are given the option to stay behind at camp during that time to continue working on their projects.
Each session will include have an optional YouTube Camp workshop. With parents' permission, campers will learn how to make their own YouTube channel and upload videos to YouTube. Does your child want to make a YouTube channel to share the secret spy movie they've been working on? Do they want to create a 5 part series on their cat's favorite hiding spots? Sign up for YouTube camp!
Lead Teacher, Winter Film Camp
Alaina Dunn grew up in New Orleans with a passion for theater and acting, which led her to attend the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA). After receiving her BA from LSU and MFA in Acting from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts, she worked for several years acting in New York City. She had principals roles on SVU and Law and Order, as well as off Broadway productions. She worked at the Ensemble Studio Theater, and one of her plays led her to the African American Theater Festival in Salem. While in New York she had to opportunity to teach children performing arts at the Manhattan New School. Now she has returned home to New Orleans and runs her own production company DuckButterfly Productions - whose mission is to combine entertainment and activism. She also works for the production crew of the New Orleans Film Festival. She looks forward to working with children again and sharing her love of film with then.
Teaching Assistant, Winter Film Camp
Annelise “Lucy” Quade has spent her whole life working in theatre, art, and design, and graduated from Tulane University in 2014 with a degree in Theatre Design. She spent several years working in both educational and professional theatre, and has extended her reach to many other art forms including dance, set design, and film production. Her focus for the past few years has been on costume design in event production, promotional materials, corporate events, festival fashion, and of course, theatre. She has been working with Paper Doll Promotions talent agency since 2015 as Costume Coordinator, and is currently designing costumes for the production of Black and Blue, a new play written by Ariadne Blayde for the Yvonne Bechet theatre project. She also performs regularly as a hula hooper and fire dancer, and enjoys teaching the campers hooping skills.