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
“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 firstname.lastname@example.org. $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.