Summer Video Production Instructor
Vox Siren is looking for a summer video production instructor who believes the stories of women are important and is deeply excited by the opportunity to inspire young women to share their story.
Your role will be to share your technical and artistic documentary filmmaking skills with a group of young women grade 8 -12.
Vox Siren in is holding a summer Documentary Program partnership with Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest, Metro, and the Bicycle Transportation Alliance. The important stories of women are underrepresented in media and history books and film. Through this 5-week program, girls travel their community by bike, collecting stories and working in groups to make short documentaries about women in the community. The culminating project is a series of 3 to 4 short documentary-style films that are directed, produced and edited by the girls and will premier at the Hollywood theater in August.
The Instructor will work with Program Director to mold curriculum to their teaching style.
Programs Runs June 13 - July 15 in NE Portland
Also required: 2- 3 Pre-program meetings, screening at Hollywood Theater on August 28th.
Send letter of interest, resume, work samples, and desired hourly rate.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 21 2016
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