The Latinitas Multimedia Arts Summer Camp will help girls in grades 4-8th build confidence through creative multimedia expression. Latinitas will have a two week day camp from July 9-13 and July 16-20 from 9:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday at Latinitas Headquarters, 1359 Lomaland. Girls will produce original multimedia arts projects and master techniques in photography, writing, design, radio production and filmmaking. Pre-registration is required. A limited number of partial scholarships are available on a need basis. Discounts available to parents who register siblings and to girls who register before June 15. To pre-register: call 219.8554, email email@example.com or LatinitasMagazine.org.
This Summer Camp, give local girls have an opportunity to get a taste of what their life could be like as a movie star, a news anchor, a photographer, a radio dj, a magazine writer, a poet, a graphic designer and more in Latinitas multimedia art camps. Through this intense week-long day camp program, girls can find their creative expression outlet by producing original media arts projects.
The Latinitas camp is led by a team of women educators, role models and mentors experienced in guiding girls in hands-on lessons, interactive presentations, team challenges, and fun games that address girl issues and encourage self-esteem, expression, confidence and empowerment. Through media enrichment lessons, girls will explore themes such as cultural pride, conflict resolution, body image, self-esteem, career opportunities, wellness, eating disorders, media awareness, and peer pressure, bullying and girl empowerment. Each day, girls will create at least two original media arts projects. Together with a host of inspiring guest speakers who are accomplished professional media-makers; Latinitas gives local girls a series of multimedia arts and life-skills workshops where they will discover practical and creative solutions to the most important of everyday challenges.
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Latinitas in a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young Hispanic girls through media and communications.