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934 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205, USA 97205
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Immerse yourself in media arts, animation, gaming, and technology this summer! Learn from working artists and experiment in classes and camps including: Creating Comics, Interactive Game Development, Stop-Motion Animation, 3-D character modeling, Computer Animation, and Multimedia Storytelling. Open to kids + teens entering grades 4-12 passionate about where art and cinema collide, programs range from single day to ongoing programs. NWFC is the place to be for what’s new, now, next in multimedia storytelling. Greetings from the future and welcome to Northwest Film Center… without walls. That's right, you've found the NWFC's Co:Laboratory! Expansive in genre, mediums, and ideas, the NWFC's Co:Laboratory is one grand experiment. Continuously offering online and IRL connections to people, ideas, and innovations in the media arts that help artists and art lovers sustain their curiosity and what is creatively possible, the Co:Laboratory exists to uniquely inspire new projects, new skills, and new ways of seeing. In the spirit of all creative endeavors, it will be designed to be an ever-evolving, community-driven, ongoing work-in-progress. From the beginning, the expansive talks, workshops, and offerings will require from its participant's imagination, innovation, and open-mindedness — and above all, a willingness to try new things a bit differently. Ranging from open and free classes to programming directed at professionals at all levels hoping to expand their personal projects and possibilities, many of the programs will be team-taught or presented, allowing for a multiplicity of points of view on any one topic. Established in 1971, the Northwest Film Center (NWFC) is a Portland, OR-based year-round organization and space where artists and audiences explore our region and the world through cinema and cinematic storytelling in all its forms. Our mission is to expand the reach of cinema as an art form and challenge for whom, by whom, and how stories can be told. REGISTER HERE: https://nwfilm.org/class-category/youth-classes/

Phone: 503-221-1156
Organization Email: info@nwfilm.org
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