cheap citalopram hbr Scandinavian Stories Summer Now Open for Enrollment.
This one-week afternoon summer program is open to 12-15 year olds with Scandinavian
backgrounds or any other connection to Scandinavia*, living in New York City. In five creative workshop classes, the participants will get to explore their cultural identities and learn how to effectively communicate a message by writing and producing their own short film, a (Scandinavian) story. The workshops will be led by an experienced youth media teacher and two qualified assistants.
The program can only accept 10 participants so enroll now to be sure you get a spot!
The participants will
– discuss questions related to cultural identity
– gain a better understanding of narrative structure and storytelling
– write a personal story – a script
– make a storyboard
– collect digital material for their film (photographs, moving images,
text, illustrations, audio and music)
– record a voice-over
– edit their own short film through Windows Movie Maker
The program provides one in-class computer per student, as well as audio equipment, a scanner, and some digital cameras.
When: June 28 – July 2 , 1 pm – 4:30 pm
How: teacher-led workshop classes – drink and healthy snack included
Where: University Settlement Houston Street Center, New York City
Cost: $200 (sliding scale fee as needed)
After the program the films will be screened to family and friends. The films will then serve as documents of what Scandinavian cultural identity can look like in a globalized world, as well as present an updated image of today’s diverse Scandinavia. They will be spread to a wider audience in the U.S. and Scandinavia through web and public screenings.
If you have any questions, please contact Martina Högberg or Melinda Martino (+1 917 340 9330).
* Scandinavian Stories uses the broad definition of Scandinavia that includes Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.