Come to the library on August 27 from 12-4pm and learn the secrets of making Sci-Fi and Fantasy films! From scripting to storyboards to special effects, you’ll be able create your own fantastical worlds.
Youth ages 12 and up are invited to participate in a free experimental filmmaking workshop presented by Spark Media Project on Saturday, July 30, from 12-4pm.
Youth participants will learn about shots and angles and the process of filmmaking. They will get to experiment with sound, color, time and shot composition with an emphasis on the genre of experimental film.
Join us this summer for a series of videomaking workshops with our friends at Spark Media Project. Learn video production skills while working as a team to create original, short videos.
These workshops are designed for youth ages 12 and up. Each workshop is held on a Saturday afternoon from 12pm-4pm. Sign up for one or more today!
Space is limited and registration is required. To register for one or more of these workshops, please contact Spark Media Project at 845-485-4480 or register online at sparkmediaproject.org/registration.
Spark your creativity with digital media workshops at the Hudson Area Library!
Our friends from Spark Media Project will be offering two free workshops at the library this summer – one a live-action, narrative videomaking workshop for teens, the other a stop-motion animation workshop for kids. Both workshops are free. Space is limited and registration is required. To register contact Spark Media Project at 845-485-4480.
Mini Movies Dates: Saturday, July 18, 1-5pm Ages: 13-18 In this workshop, youth will learn the entire process of filmmaking including scripting, cinematography, and editing their own narrative short films.
Animation Mania Dates: Wednesdays, July 29 through August 19, 4-6pm Ages: 7-12 In this workshop, youth will learn the art of stop-motion animation to create a short animated video. Participants will write the story, create the backgrounds and characters, use animation software, and record voiceovers and sound effects.
Spark Media Project’s Mobile Media Lab is funded by NYSCA and the New York REDC.