Digital Day Camp 2011

The teens of DDC share some of their positive experiences from this summer's program. Read more about what we did here: eyebeamddc2011.tumblr.com/​

Thanks to DDC teen Ian Antoni for interviews and camera work, and Eyebeam Production Assistant Kyle Kessler for editing together the final cut.

 
Start Date: 
26 Jul 2011
Hours: 
6PM–9PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Join 20 Digital Day Camp teens and their mentors for a party celebrating 3-weeks spent exploring creative strategies for mapping the unknown. Students will present their work via screening from 6:30-7:30, followed by a neighborhood tour of their 10x10 project spaces. We will wrap up the evening with refreshments, questions, and kudos!

DDC 2011 Blog: http://eyebeamddc2011.tumblr.com/

 

 


Digital Day Camp 2011 is made possible by a generous grant from the New Youth City Learning Network Fund at The New York Community Trust.

More about Digital Day Camp.

 
Start Date: 
5 Jul 2011 - 26 Jul 2011
Hours: 
Monday-Thursday 1:30-5:30PM
Cost: 
Stipend $25/day
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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During Digital Day Camp 2011, 20 NYC teens will spend 3-weeks working under the guidance of a team of creative mentors to produce a series of deep, media-rich stories about our NYC neighborhoods. Their stories will become part of a web-based, interactive map that could include photographs, drawings, videos, music, games, words, infographics, etc—we are limited only by our imagination.
Final projects will be presented at a public event organized and promoted by Eyebeam.

Application period has passed.
Accepted students will be notified on Thursday, June 16

Program blog: http://eyebeamddc2011.tumblr.com/
See what the students made, day by day! 

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DDC11 Schedule
Monday–Thursday, 1:30-5:30PM
Starting: Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Ending: Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Final presentation: Tuesday, July 26, 2010, 6PM–8PM

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Don Miller is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. He performs live visuals in real time under the alias NO CARRIER. Miller works with nearly obsolete repurposed electronics to create high energy low resolution abstract video art. Part of the 8bitpeoples artist collective, he performs, exhibits, and lectures worldwide. In his hometown of Philadelphia Miller organizes and curates 8static, a monthly showcase of low-bit music and video. He also serves as the Director of Playpower, a non-profit organization that works to bring low-cost educational games to developing countries.

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