Documentary Film Camp for Middle School Students | Arts & Culture
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is scheduled to host a documentary film camp for middle school students on Tuesday, August 17, and Wednesday, August 18, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Dr. Charlotte Hamlin, founder of Diversity Drama and also known as “Charlotte Webspinner,” will be the moderator and featured storyteller.
Additionally, students will tour selected galleries in the Museum’s The Battlegrounds exhibition, participate in art projects, and view documentaries based on Rosa Parks and Cesar Chavez.
Registration, limited to the first 40 participants, is required and costs $20.
“The camp is designed to teach students a valuable lesson about the power of social change,” said Lolita Watkins, curatorial associate of the Museum. “It is important that we show our youth that it is never too early to begin making a difference in the world.”
For more information, contact the Museum at (336) 274-9199 or visit www.sitinmovement.org to download a registration form.
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