The Documentary History Project for Youth

The Documentary History Project for Youth

This Deadline Expired: Friday, February 14, 2020

The Documentary History Project for Youth is an annual after-school, weekend and summertime digital media production workshop for middle and high school students. Each year, youth participants create short documentary films as a way to explore some aspect of the social, political and cultural history of Philadelphia. In past years students have focused on policing, African American history, and local folk music traditions. 

2020 Documentary History Project for Youth applications are open! Deadline is Friday, February 14th at 5pm. 

For more information and to apply, please click here. 

For questions, please contact (215) 222-4201 or email inquiry@scribe.org

 

Madeleine Walton

Stunning three-dimensional porcelain installations. Madeleine Walton transforms the space to reflect surrounding environments.…

Stunning three-dimensional porcelain installations. Madeleine Walton transforms the space to reflect surrounding environments.…

Stunning three-dimensional porcelain installations. Madeleine Walton transforms the space to reflect surrounding environments.…

Julianna Foster
Eric Fausnacht

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Rachel Bomze

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

Jared C. Balogh
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