From streaming music videos online to enjoying movie night with friends and family, many young kids have an interest in learning how to create their own masterpieces to put on screen. That’s why DEA Music and Art in Staten Island, NY, is including a media component in their child summer camp offerings July 8th through August 31, 2018. The opportunity will help youngsters learn the technology behind film production while showcasing their creativity.
How NY’s Best Child Summer Camp Helps Kids Master Technology
During the course of child summer camp at DEA Music and Art, kids will get a chance to work on their own films from start to finish. After brainstorming characters and stories, the campers will write their own scripts. After, the youngsters will take a hands-on approach to bringing their work to life. They will create the props and costumes in art classes and do their own makeup for time in front of the camera. Once the script is filmed, the kids will get to work turning the rough footage into finished, polished short films and music videos for the musicians and singers at camp. They will learn how to use iMovie editing software to arrange the clips and edit the best takes for continuity and to tell a complete story from beginning to end.
Why Enroll Kids in Child Summer Camp?
Apart from making new friends and lifelong memories at DEA Music and Art’s child summer camp, youngsters will also learn valuable skills to help them in future endeavors. Whether your child chooses to take piano lessons, learn how to make movies, or hone a different skill, the counselors will instill discipline in campers to ensure they always strive to meet and exceed their goals. Being introduced to video editing software early in life could also make it easier for children to grasp technology when applied in the classroom or workforce later in life.
If you want your youngster to flex their mental muscle this summer with a schedule jam-packed with fun activities, reach out to DEA Music and Art to learn more about the unique, rewarding experience their child summer camp provides. To register for the summer program in Staten Island, call (718) 370-7733 to speak with a representative or visit the arts center online for details. Don’t forget to like them on Facebook for news alerts on additional upcoming events.