Our school residencies bring media arts education directly to San Diego County classrooms.
Our school residencies are designed to meet the individuals needs of schools, teachers, classrooms and student populations. Workshops are facilitated by a local media arts professional, and may be customized for any time of the year, in-school, after-school, and for any type of classroom. Our media arts curriculum is built upon project-based learning and best practices to engage students in the fundamentals of video production and digital storytelling. Sessions may vary from individual master classes and presentations to semester-long and year-long classroom engagement and on-site instruction. Student projects are screened at a final community screening for students, teachers, staff and families.
Recent School Partners
ABLA Community School, Crawford High School, High Tech High, Holmes Elementary School, Hoover High School, Instituto Altazor (Tijuana, Mexico), King Chavez Academy of Excellence, Lincoln High School, McKinley Elementary School, Mt. Vernon School, North County Tech Academy, Porter Elementary School, Roosevelt International Middle School, Second Chance San Diego, Somali Bantu Association, Southland Blended Community School, Sweetwater High School, Valencia Park/Malcolm X Branch Library, Vista, La Mesa Academy, Walker Elementary School, Wilson Middle School.
For More Information, Contact
Larry Da Silveira, Education Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org | 619-230-1938
This program is made possible thanks to support from the California Endowment, California Arts Council, City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture, Wells Fargo, SDG&E.