Movement City Presents: The Colors Of Covid Showcase. We connect with Movement City youth for a unique look into their world during 2020/2021 covid times. We focus on ways to remain positive, optimistic and above all, creative. This showcase is a collection of music videos, dance videos, Coding tutorials and a plethora of visual art. We also get to hear from the youth firsthand pertaining to color and how it relates to creativity and home.
During the Digital Media Summer Programme in Foróige Blanchardstown, we were going through the introductory class involving presenting the basics of filmmaking, independent short film examples. It was then the young members of the programme fully understood the simple process of creating a piece of digital media and how they can achieve it with only their own resources. After the presentations, we went on to brainstorm some ideas to make our own short film. After going through amazing ideas for stories, we have decided to go with the idea of adapting the murder mystery board game, CLUEDO into our own movie. All the young teens had their own roles in creating this movie. Some of them wrote the script, some of them were the actors in the movie and some of them helped with setting up the production and equipment of the film. Each of the star actors brought their clothes with the same color as their characters based on the game, eg, a red jumper for the character Scarlet. As we went through the filming, they tried their absolute best in acting out the characters and making sure the scenes are exactly as planned and written. For the murder scenes, we used fake blood to make the deaths look realistic for the audience. After 3 days of filming, we finally captured all the footage we need to complete the movie. Young people involved are: Rhian Boyle, Caolan Boyle, Kaitlin Downes, Julianna Mironica, Jake Donnelly, Leah Donnelly, Adam Bell, Ava Bell, Sinead Heffernan, Sarah Heffernan
The virus chooses no age, race, and gender to infect. We are all susceptible . Therefore, precautionary measures, specifically, handwashing.
Clubhouse members created a slideshow of their Covid 19 lockdown 2020 photos
This 360º experience is about how only those who have an internet connection are able to attend remote schooling and advocates for the right to education for all students.
“The project shows a problem that was greatly deepened by the pandemic. By creating this, we seek to generate empathy for those who have limitations in their access to technology and we look for actions to reduce educational inequity.”
Written, produced, and performed by member Moyana Olivia, edited and directed by Martaize Smith, the song encourages everyone–especially young people–to make a difference by voting. Congrats to all on a powerful song and video!
Members of this Clubhouse learn to overdub audio onto existing video during the pandemic.
En días pasados nuestros miembros pusieron en práctica la técnica del doblaje, aprendida en el taller de Conoce Arte.Fue un excelente resultado, además nos divertimos mucho.#ClubhouseVoicesSenacyt PanamáThe Clubhouse NetworkObra Mercedaria PanamáMercedarios Panama
Posted by The Clubhouse at the Parroquia De Fatima – Panamá on Monday, August 3, 2020
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Please show some love to @barmy_dreamy_div who created an original piece for June’s topic! Check it out on the last slide ❤️ Create What You’re Feeling gives teens an opportunity to discuss relevant topics with fellow peers, then work on a creative project that expresses how they feel. Next scheduled date is Wednesday July 8th at 3:00pm, and the topic is Summer Vaca Fun: Then vs Now To register visit bklynlibrary.org and enter the program title in the search bar to locate event page! #bestbuyteentechcenter #theclubhousenetwork #clubhousevoices #bklynlibrary #brooklynpubliclibrary #bklynfuture #create #blmovie