The Drop-in Story Lab: This is How I See It
Sunday, December 7, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come by Venice Arts Sunday December 7th, from 1-4pm for another exciting adult Drop-in Media Storytelling Workshop! This year long series is part of the Community Story Lab, a new program for adults that mirrors the depth of learning and arts engagement in our programs for youth! The Drop-in Labs are free for low income adults.
The theme for December's Drop-in Lab is: This is How I See It
The personal is political. Political dramas don’t only happen on TV, they affect us overtly and covertly. Influencing the small and big decisions we make individually and as a culture. In this project, students will explore political topics/subjects that are often avoided or trivialized.
Students will create a work of art inspired by their topic/subject matter and write a short narrative as to why they altered, or represented their work they did. Students will sit in a sharing circle and discuss their works with one another, sharing how they hope their view will assist in moving forward to a new perspective.
The Community Story Lab is supported by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation.
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Lo personal es politico. Los dramas politicos no suceden solamente en TV, sino que nos afectan abierta y personalmente influenciando nuestras decisions grandes y pequeñas, individuales o culturales. En este proyecto, los estudiantes explorarán tópicos o sujetos politicos que son generalmente evitados o trivializados.
Los estudiantes crearán una obra de arte inspirada en su tema / materia y escribirán un breve relato acerca del motivo por el cúal el mismo ha modificado o representado su trabajo. Los estudiantes compartirán y discutirán sus trabajos en círculo y expresarán sus puntos de vista acerca de cómo esta nueva visión los ayudará a ir para adelante hacia una nueva perspectiva.
Interesado en saber más o inscribirse en el Laboratorio Comunitario de Narrativa? Por favor escríba a Meg a firstname.lastname@example.org o llame al 310.392.0846.
El Laboratorio Comunitario de Narrativa es apoyado por una beca de The James Irvine Foundation.
When & Where
Venice Arts is a nonprofit arts organization that is committed to providing high-impact arts education for low-income youth in the areas of photography, filmmaking, and multimedia, and serving as a local and global hub for community storytelling through media. In addition to its core Art Mentoring & Education Program, Venice Arts implements regional, statewide, and international Documentary Programs with both adults and children; presents exhibitions, public programs, and workshops for adults centered around documentary photography and film through its Gallery & Public Programs; and provides Consulting & Training on media arts, visual storytelling, and arts education locally and internationally. It is the philosophy of Venice Arts that self-expression, particularly through the arts, has the potential to transform and empower young people to see greater possibilities for themselves and for their communities.
The Venice Arts Gallery is also available for community rentals.
Explore more here: www.venicearts.org