ART26201 will host the 7th Annual ART26201 Young Filmmakers Camp, open to students 12 and up, from June 27- July 1, 2022, at LASCAUX Micro-Theater in Buckhannon, West Virginia.
The five-day workshop will guide students through writing, shooting, and editing a short film. All students will learn the essentials of sharing a compelling story, screenwriting, videography, and editing while working in a collaborative environment. Additionally, students will be introduced to the vocabulary of filmmaking so that they can communicate about their work professionally. At the end of the week, we will hold a screening of student-produced films so students can celebrate their accomplishments with their friends and families.
Andrew Carroll, Bryce O’Loughlin, Jon Benjamin, and Jess Johnson return to lead the camp instruction.
Please contact info@ART26201.com to reserve your student’s seat, and be sure to include your student’s T-shirt size when signing up for camp!
Snacks and drinks will be provided; however, students will be asked to bring lunch daily.
Location: LASCAUX Micro-Theater
Buckhannon, WV 26201
Time: 9AM – 4PM Daily
Andrew Carroll is Chair of the English Department at Elkins High School where he teaches Journalism, Podcasting and Video Production, AP English Language and Composition, and Creative Writing. Outside of the classroom, he works seasonally as a social media coordinator and photographer for the Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College.
Bryce O’Loughlin is a media producer and performer from Buckhannon. He graduated from Tulane University with a degree in film studies and digital media production. Bryce has worked on large and small films and as an anchor/reporter for a WV news station.
Jon Benjamin received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology and has been a professional graphic designer for nearly 20 years. Jon is Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at West Virginia Wesleyan College. In addition to a number of art and graphic design classes, Jon teaches Video Production and Motion Graphics.
Jess Johnson grew up in Summersville, WV, and now resides in Elkins. Jess has a passion for working with young people. Jess currently works as a mentor in The Learning Center at West Virginia Wesleyan College and has a love for storytelling and conveying a message.