Summer and Afterschool

Summer and Afterschool

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We offer digital media summer camps and afterschool tech programs in partnership with youth organizations across the county. There’s one going on now – find out how get involved!

iNTERACTIVE Youth Media Workshops
This workshop is a highly interactive workshop focused on mobile digital content creation using iOS devices and an exciting library of modern apps. It is divided into three content areas: Video/Photography, Music/Audio, and Art/Illustration. Working collaboratively, participants shoot and produce a short film/documentary/interview, create and record music for the soundtrack, and create posters/artwork to promote their project. Artistic exploration and experimentation are encouraged to push the boundaries of what can be created on a mobile platform.

The most recent workshop was held Summer 2017 at the Multi-Generational Center in Fortuna during a youth summer camp. Check out the highlights below!

Previous workshops were offered in 2014 at sites in Loleta, Willow Creek and Fortuna.

Dream Quest Filmmaking Workshops 2012

image:FilmmakingIn partnership with Dream Quest Teen and Youth Center in Willow Creek, Access Humboldt offers filmmaking intensives for students ages 13-19. Teens work collaboratively to create short films and PSAs from start to finish, learning new writing, videomaking, acting, and editing skills. Contact Dream Quest for info about the next program, and check out our latest videos below:

Dream Quest interACTIVE! Art+Tech Camp

image:interACTIVE!Microcontrollers, animated GIFs, website "hacking", and audio remixing. Youth ages 6-12 explored new technology through creative play, mixing, glitching, and programming their way to new media skillz! Be amazed by our latest creations:

  • Spring 2013 interACTIVE! Video Games
  • Summer 2012 interACTIVE! Projects

  • Loleta Media Crew

    image:LoletaAccess Humboldt announces a new drop-in media lab for youth in the Loleta and Table Bluff communities! If you're interested in making beats, shooting videos, or creating your own video games, stop by and see what we're up to. The Crew meets at the Community Resource Center on the campus of Loleta Elementary - summer hours announced soon.

    G.U.L.C.H. Filmmaking

    image:GULCHEureka teens can pick up moviemaking skills at the G.U.L.C.H. afterschool film workshops! Access Humboldt is proud to provide gear and studio facilities to this exciting new program. To find out about the next class, friend the G.U.L.C.H. on Facebook.