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Build a portfolio and get paid to be creative!
The FRAME Workshop is an after-school, paid-job-training program in which teens ages 14-19 create high-quality videos for local client-partner organizations. Over the course of six weeks, participants learn about the world of professional media production while gaining workplace and leadership skills, client-producer relationship building and management, and much more. Plus, Youth Producers receive a $100 stipend for program completion!
Turning Data Into Art
April 4-May 11 • Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays
3:30-5:30 pm after school • Ages 14-18
Care about the environment? Want to learn how to create iPhone films that look as professional as videos produced with high-end equipment? Apply today for FRAME, a six-week after-school program, at which you’ll learn the process of media production and scientific analysis, while developing school/career readiness skills, to create short videos for the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.
Earn $100 upon completing the program, and films will be submitted to the Data Jam competition for the chance to win prizes from Data Jam!
Free to apply! Download your application here.
Workshop is located at:
The Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory
8 N. Cherry Street, Poughkeepsie.
Students are encouraged to bring their own devices. This project has been funded in part by a grant from the NYS Environmental Protection Fund through the Hudson River Estuary Program of the NYSDEC.
More Information About FRAME
FRAME is designed for students considering a career in the media arts. Guided by Spark’s team of professional producers, Spark students work with local business and nonprofit clients on every step of the creative marketing process, from the initial concept pitch through post-production; refining, editing, and responding to feedback along the way. The creative work produced in the FRAME Workshop will be of a professional caliber and will reflect the young media makers’ commitment to quality, attention to detail, and serious dedication to collaboration.
During the six-week course, these burgeoning filmmakers will learn to set high personal and professional standards and develop the practical job skills necessary to independently pursue additional freelance production work. Youth will gain client-based work experience, further refine their filmmaking skills using professional-level equipment and technology, and build both their portfolios and professional relationships. Furthermore, the professional business training, communication skills, and portfolio students acquire in the FRAME program will help them in any career path they choose to follow.