Lights - Camera - Action!
A Summer experience like no other.
StoryPalooza is storytelling in an innovative style. This summer camp will be all about developing productions from story ideas generated from our students and crafted with guidance from our professional teaching artists. Students will tell their own stories while learning the skills necessary to write the script, provide/perform the accompanying musical scores, create visual sets/aids, act on stage and on film, while learning to work with audio and video production equipment of the digital media age. The students will be developing their own stories, developing & acting out characters, plots, settings, visual aids, props, & costumes, recording and doing a TV/radio broadcast, and creating their own music and sound accompaniment for each production!
Schedule is 8:30AM-4:30PM Daily. Students are expected to bring their own bag lunch, but snacks will be provided on breaks.
Tuition will be $280/week per student. with a 10% discount for multiple weeks or multiple students in a family. There is a $25 Registration fee which reserves a student's spot for camp and must be paid upon registration. (You will receive an email confirmation and a link with payment options).
CLASS LIMIT: 28 students per week (Space is limited, so sign up TODAY!)
JUNE 18-22 - StoryPalooza
Four Concentrations/Focuses offered:
Visual Arts click to Read More.
Students will work with artist Bonnie Camos to develop visuals for the story productions, including costumes, story boards, sets, props, that will be used in the story productions.
Theater click to Read More.
Students will work with artist teachers and actors of Cite des Arts on performing, acting, developing plotlines and storytelling, script-writing, narrating, directing, and producing the stories from the week.
Students will work with musicians and teachers of the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra & Conservatory of music to be guided in improvisation and simple composition, and exploring how music & sound effects can enhance and aurally illustrate imagery, action, character, motion, emotion, setting, while using instruments and sound equipment to provide musical and sound accompaniment for the story productions and performances.
Students will work with the production staff of the Acadiana Open Channel (AOC) to get hands-on experience using audio and video production equipment to do a TV/radio broadcast of the week's story!