Teen Arts Fusion: Single Shot Music Video
The results of the Summer Kids and Teen Arts Fusion classes are coming together and we couldn't be more pleased!
The video above is from the Single Shot Music Video class. The teens worked with professional-grade equipment, local band the Dirty Flaggs, and educator Ryan Schlagbaum in putting together the piece.
You can check out more from the kids and teens this weekend at Gallery Hop in the Short North. We're installing a mural, made during the Take It to the Street classes, at the future Paradise Garage location (921 North High Street). Big thanks to Paradise Garage for agreeing to host the piece.
The best way to get an idea of what our summer classes are all about is to come to Fusion Fest next Friday, August 13, from 5 to 7 PM. At this final celebration of the classes, you can view the work of our students, meet the artist educators, enjoy cold beverages and snacks in a hip air-conditioned family-friendly environment that includes coloring tables, family activities, student-made computer video games, DJs, prizes and more!
Read on for more info on who made the video.
The Single Shot Music Video class was taught by art educator Ryan Schlagbaum with help from assistants Laura Reis, Tamiko Hess, Liza Alwes, Megan Winkelman, Anna Roseberry, and Jen Davenport. Local band the Dirty Flaggs worked with 9th through 12th graders Rachel and Caroline Shapiro, Damien Kirk, Alex Walkowski, Jackson Arnold, Caroline Childers, Hannah Wegner, Will Givens, Jordan Griffith, Chanel Sanders, Chris Hartway to create the video.