Outside the Box, Inside the Screen: Student Short Films
Tickets are FREE
Join us for a selection of short films created by teen-age filmmakers in response to Betsy Schneider's exhibition, To Be Thirteen: Photographs and Video by Betsy Schneider. As the portraits and video of 250 thirteen-year-olds who participated in Schneider's project demonstrate, there is a vast range of experiences that make up what it means to be thirteen (or any age). Young filmmakers explore themes of time, memory and transition in a variety of genres and cinematic effects.
Are you a student filmmaker interested in submitting a film? Sign up HERE Deadline: May 20
This event is organized by Teen Art Council.
Teen programs are made possible through the generosity of Thunderbirds Charities, the Craig R. and Barbara M. Barrett Foundation, APS, the Alice and Jim Bazlen and Jane A. Lehman Foundation, and John and Erin Gogolak. The Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative is supported by the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation.