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Summer Camp
The Works
Session B: Four weeks (July 6-31)
Monday, July 6, 2020 at 9:00AM

Hosted by Theatre Jacksonville
2032 San Marco Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32207

Summer Camp 2020 is virtual

Enjoy all four weeks of classes. Summer Camp-The Works includes: Week 1 – Stop Motion (Session A: June 8-12/Session B: July 6-10) Students will learn the detailed art of stop motion, utilizing technology and materials found at home. The week will begin with an introduction to animation, developing the basic tools and culminating in a finished stop-motion short of students’ own making. Week 2 – Radio Play (Session A: June 15-19/Session B: July 13-17) Students will develop a unique story and from there be instructed how to utilize the materials in their home to create the soundscape of their tale. This session is an introduction to Foley Artists, who provided the sound during old radio plays, as well as the movies of today. Week 3 – Newsroom (Session A: June 22-June 26/Session B: July 20-24) There is no shortage of news in our current climate, but we often forget about the voices of those who are smaller than us. Since students navigate this world each day just like everyone else, they will create their own bustling newsroom with stories that mean something to them personally. The session will include how to perform in front of a green screen and keep the energy of a cohesive news report, all achieved with technology from the comforts of students’ own homes. Week 4 – Virtual Museum (Session A: June 29-July 3/Session B: July 27-31) With an introduction to photography, students will learn about composition, lighting, and story as they create their own gallery of moments captured through the eyes of another (photos taken from a bird’s eye or a bug’s eye view). The week will include an education about the ins and outs of curating an exhibit, which will culminate with the creation of a virtual tour of art from area museums.