ECO-Film Camp returns to ARTworks

ECO-Film Camp at ARTworks is an exciting weeklong program dedicated to exploring and documenting our natural environment. Students will learn about the entire process of documentary filmmaking, from scripting & storyboards, to shooting and editing video. We will enjoy short walkable field trips to the salt marsh and surrounding habitats. Students will have an immersive nature experience, and will have

Rob Lewis and Kathryn Madden lead Eco Film Camp.
Rob Lewis and Kathryn Madden lead Eco Film Camp.

“hands-on” opportunities with plants and animals, as well as cameras and editing computers. On Friday, we will have a film festival, and screen all the nature documentaries that the class has created. Students will also be given a DVD of their final product.

The class will be co-taught by Rob Lewis and Kathryn Madden. Rob is an award-winning videographer, and director of the nature series Coastal Kingdom. Kathryn is an experienced naturalist, and science teacher at Whale Branch Middle School. For More information please call ARTworks (843)-379-2787, or email Rob Lewis at rlewis1980@gmail.com. $100 per one week session, 8 a.m. to noon. $55 Due upon registration, balance due on first day of camp. Week One ~ June 10-14 for children ages 8-11; Week Two ~ July 15-19 for children ages 12-16.

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