2013 Student Culminating Exhibition On display at Venice Arts: May 11 through June 15, 2013. Opening Reception for students, families, and the public: Saturday, May 11, 12– 2pm; film screening at 1:15pm. Each year, over 400 students participate in our award-winning Art Mentoring workshops, exploring their creativity and learning abo ... | Curated by Elysa | Click to view and comment
Summer Media Arts Camp! July 1 - 26, 2013!
Venice Arts will be hosting our 4th annual Summer Media Arts Camp from July 1 - 26, 2013! >>>Click here for the schedule and more info! Serving over 120 young students in the community, we offer 24 one-week youth art workshops in Photography, Film, Animation, and Comics. Workshops are open to ...
Twin Cities: Hong Kong & LA Photography Project
In this yearlong Advanced Studies Photography workshop for youth ages 14-18, Venice Arts students engage in an international exchange with students in Hong Kong. Students, paired with an international buddy, explore and share cultural and personal stories through digital and film photography, writin ...
Fall 2012: Photography
This fall, over 40 students, ages 10–18, took Photography workshops at Venice Arts and at our ArtPartner site, the Mar Vista Family Center. Students learned the fundamentals of documentary visual storytelling while acquiring skills in both digital and analog forms of photography. Know a young pe ...
In January 2013 a team from Venice Arts traveled to Senegal to work with the extraordinary NGO Tostan, teaching the methods of participant-filmmaking. Tostan staff viewed this as an opportunity to "share the voices and narratives of Tostan's participants... to amplify social change... using Venice A ...
Project image: Health=Soap and Water by Lynn: One of the changes in many villages is improved hygiene through such things as using soap when cleaning plates and utensils; having a regular inspection of homes for cleanliness; and implementing organized community cleaning days.
Where did Vera go?
and more than art is made l
the jojo eug riff
Don't Get Wet!
Julian Bond Nomination
Topaz Adizes: Filmmaking Works
Public Programs: Artist's Talk