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Continuing Education - Youth and Precollege

Summer 2016 Youth Programs in the Arts:
Young Filmmakers

Grades 4–8

Location: Humanities Bldg., Room 1032

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Write, direct, edit, and act in original movies, while learning the art of visual storytelling. New and returning students learn how to tell a story through images. They develop strong plot lines, build shot compositions, direct actors, practice set etiquette, and edit their work. Students gain comfort with a digital video camera and lighting equipment.

young filmmakers in computer labTo broaden skills and exposure to the arts, Young Filmmakers can be combined with Young Artists (updated!), Young Journalists, Creating Comic Books, 3-D Video Game and MakerLab Creations (new!), Code Breakers and App Designers, Youth Musical Theatre, Young Actors, Young Photographers, Songwriting Workshop, and/or Creative Vocal Lab to make for a well-rounded summer experience.

Session III: July 25–August 5
Monday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
$1,200 for the first registration
$1,080 for the second registration in the family, Purchase College employees and alumni, and early registrations (received by May 6, 2016)

About the Instructor

John Morgan (lead instructor) worked as a film editor at a renowned visual effects house, R/GA Digital Studios in New York City, before becoming a full-time teacher. Working alongside top commercial directors, designers, animators, and digital compositors, he helped create ground-breaking special visual effects for motion pictures and television. Trained in both 35mm film and computer-based editing, he has cut everything from TV commercials and documentary films to motion picture special effects and main title sequences. He enjoys teaching and learning from students who share his passion for film. This will be John’s sixth year teaching Young Filmmakers.

Updated June 2, 2016

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Summer Youth Programs:

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Program Descriptions:

Code Breakers & App Designers
Creating Comic Books
Creative Vocal Lab
Minecraft™ Animators & Modders
Shakespeare Workshop
Songwriting Workshop
3-D Video Game &
MakerLab Creations

Vocal Intensive
Young Actors
Young Architects
Young Artists
Young Filmmakers
Young Journalists
Young Photographers
Youth Musical Theatre

Program Options:

Early Drop-Off Option
Extended-Day Option


Summer Precollege Programs
(grades 9–12)

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