Education

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The Hollywood Theatre Education Programs have brought lessons to life on the big screen since 2004 in the historic Hollywood Theatre. Each year the Theatre provides media arts training and film screenings for over 2,000 young people via Stories in Movement, Hollywood Theatre Studio, Hollywood Arts Collective, workshops and special screenings thanks to partnerships with nearby schools. The programs offer students unique opportunities to connect with their community via digital storytelling. The youth benefit from industry standard equipment, mentorship from skilled professionals and a venue to exhibit their creative works.

Signature Education Programming

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Summer Camps

Registration has began for our one week summer camps for ages 7-10 and 11-13! Learn how to visualize, produce, shoot and edit a collaborative music video using a combination of animation arts and free form live-action. For more info and to register click here.

 

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Weekend Workshops

We offer a range of programs for ages youth 7-13 looking to enhance their artistic and digital media skills. Workshops are held on Saturdays at the Hollywood from 10am-1pm. Click here to view our current offerings and list of instructors. 

 

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HTS consists of a number of production labs across Portland that engage youth in media making. Students learn to use industry-standard equipment and technology to create thoughtful and expressive digital art. HTS is currently serving youth and faculty at Grant High School and Open Meadow Middle School. Visit the Hollywood Theatre / Open Meadow blog here.

 

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Hollywood Arts Collective (HAC)

HAC is a collaboration amongst PDX teens interested in film programming, digital art creation and critique. The Hollywood venue and Tumblr acts as a platform for teens to express themselves and their ideas under the guidance of supportive media arts professionals and community members. 

 

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SIM is a digital storytelling course that supports self-expression through personal narratives. The stories created during this program are shared back and forth between groups of young artists, and published on the SIM blog.

 

 

 

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The Hollywood Theatre Education Programs are made possible with support from the following funders and community partners:

The Oregon Community Foundation, Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission, Comcast, Laika, Oregon Arts Commission, The Corporation for National and Community Service, Juan Young Trust, Portland Parks and Recreation, PDX Pop Now!, da Vinci Arts Middle, Open Meadow Middle, Grant High School, SUN Community Schools and the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home.

 

For more information about our education programs, please contact Lila Yanow, the Hollywood Theatre’s Education and Outreach Coordinator: lila[at]hollywoodtheatre[dot]org or contact our Business office at: (503) 281-1142.

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