Youth Vision Showcase, Spring 2017 Classes

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Teen Producers Project at the Media Arts Center San Diego & The AjA Project Present Their End of Semester Collaborative Presentation!

Please arrive 15 minutes early in order to allot for ample seating.
The AjA Project will have onsite art installations present.
There will be live Q&A's after each student presentation.

Screening Times:
Advanced class: 10:00am - 10:30am
Intro class: 10:30am and 11:30am

Donations help support youth education programming!

Programming includes community health topics for Speak City Heights, heart disease prevention themes for #PulseofLife, public service announcements about problem gambling for Betting On Our Future - BOOF!

Special thanks to supporters of our youth education programming: Kaiser Permanente Thrive, The California Endowment, National Endowment for the Arts, Wells Fargo, SDG&E, City of San Diego, County of San Diego, Qualcomm Foundation, The Thomas C. Ackerman Foundation, Samuel I and John Henry Foundation, David C. Copley Foundation, and California Friday Night Live Partnership!

Intro class:
REACH
A documentary short highlighting the work of ALCANCE, a local chronic disease prevention education program. Determined to honor the women involved with ALCANCE, REACH tells the story of the true power of their work: sharing information and empowering members of the community.

Behind the Camera
Students participate in the Teen Producer Project at Media Art Center San Diego every semester, creating documentary and fictional films. Behind the Camera chronicles the journey of young filmmakers in the 2017 Spring Intro Program as they embark on an experience focused on empowering young voices, elevating their communities and fighting for change.

Settling: Hope and Housing for Haitian Refugees
A compelling documentary short that brings light to the housing crisis among Haitian refugees in the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego.

‚ÄčAdvanced class:
"Precious" A PSA that shows how much one gambler is willing to bet when he runs out of all other options.

"Family Heirlooms" A mother passes on her heirlooms to her daughter, but the daughter doesn't necessarily want to take on ALL of them.

"Gambling School" Produced with Derrick Acosta from Mega64, this PSA shows the tricky ways gambling can take all the things you care about.

"Doctor Doctor" This short PSA highlights the signs and symptoms of gambling addiction

"Harper and Simone" A short documentary parody that teaches about the stages of gambling addiction and the affect of that addiction on people's lives.
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