Join us to for the first annual BAYMN FEST presented by the
Bay Area Youth Media Network!
Your free, one-day pass will give you access to an interactive showcase of media produced by youth ages 12–24. Through screenings, workshops, a transmedia gallery, a makerspace, parties and networking opportunities, BAYMN FEST will be a place for young artists to share their work, meet their peers, acquire new tools, make their voices heard—and win cool prizes and media-making tools!
There are two steps in the registration process:
1) Register on Eventbrite for the day/days that you plan to attend, as well as for the reception.
Saturday, June 1: 10am - 6pm
Sunday, June 2: 12pm - 5pm
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larking Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
BAYMN BASH (Reception)
*Please note that this event is on SATURDAY evening.
Saturday, June 1: 6pm - 10pm
TILT at the Ninth Street Independent Film Center (map)
145 9th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Workshop Details and Registration
Science Stories with Meograph
Workshop Facilitator: KQED
Suggested Audience: Educators/Mentors
“Create your own Meograph - the easiest way to create multimedia stories. With no training, you can quickly create an online, interactive digital story about science and the environment and share anywhere on the web.”
Playing with 16mm
Workshop Facilitator: Natalie Eakin, San Francisco Film Society
Suggested Audience: Youth and Young Adults
“Create an experimental film without a camera! Participants will scratch, bleach, paint and cut/splice 16mm found footage (used as the material itself), get a sense of direct animation and then showcase their pieces using a projector.”
Workshop Facilitator: Ismael Castillo, TILT
Suggested Audience: All Ages
“Learn how to integrate Cloud software (Google Drive, Celtx, WeVideo) to create experimental, budget-free filmmaking and link directly onto the web”
The Power of Grassroots Filmmaking
Workshop Facilitator: Global Lives Project
Suggested Audience: Young Adults, Educators, Mentors, Filmmakers
“Work in a team to establish a financial and distribution plan for a sample film treatment, and how to secure donations and crowd-sourcing: a road map to take with you on your own journey as a media maker.”
Sunday, June 2nd:
Workshop Facilitator: TILT
Suggested Audience: All Ages
“Ever wonder how different age groups think about the assumptions and stereotypes in the media that as a society, we consume? TILT will lead you through an intergenerational Digital Life Story project that gets to the heart of a solution.”
Social TV in the Classroom
Workshop Facilitator: ITVS
Suggested Audience: Young Adults, Educators, Mentors“Explore a new video streaming tool from ITVS that allows audiences to watch media together online, in real time. Learn how to bring communities together in a virtual cinema space that allows you to effectively moderate dialogue, build an online audience around social issues, and promote media literacy education. This is a unique opportunity to beta test a revolutionary platform for public media.”
BAYMN is a consortium of nonprofit organizations that believe in the power of media as a means to engage youth voice, self-expression and empowerment and to inspire social change. It is sponsored by Adobe Youth Voices and the AT&T Foundation.
KQED Education uses the power of KQED public media to inspire learning by providing curriculum materials, professional development, online resources and special events for educators, students, and the community at large.