KQED Arts Ed will be presenting once again at the Alameda County Office of Education’s annual Integrated Summer Institute. The three-day institute is packed with dynamic mini-courses, speakers and performers.

Coming up on August 13-15, KQED is partnering with SFMOMA’s Education department to lead a digital storytelling workshop. The three-session course will equip participants with the skills and confidence to incorporate audiovisual projects in their curricula. SFMOMA’s Calgano Cullen and KQED’s Joel Wanek will assist in the conception, production and editing process of personal, one-minute video pieces. One key aspect of the workshop will be exploring how visual art can be used to stimulate creative writing. Participants will use their short video piece as an impetus to write and record their own personal narratives. Check out the Alameda County Office of Education’s website to register and view full course descriptions and a schedule of events.

Make a Short Film with KQED 7 March,2017Kristin Farr



Kristin Farr

Kristin Farr is KQED's Arts Education Manager. She is the creator and producer of the Emmy Award-winning video series, Art School, which brings audiences into artists' studios to learn about contemporary art, and engages learners with ideas for new ways to get creative. She is also an artist and a contributing editor for Juxtapoz Magazine.

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