Are you interested in learning about visual storytelling, creative writing, video making and vlogging? Willing to share your story in a safe space and connect with new people? Are you a passionate promoter of girls' and women's rights? Do you live in New York and are you in between 15-21 -year-olds?
You might be the person we are looking for! The Dignity Project is a storytelling workshop for young women to learn new digital skills and share stories empowering one another. 12 participants will be selected for the program based on your application here.
The workshops will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6- 9 pm and the program will run July 16 - August 8, 2019. The workshops will be held at the Centre for Social Innovation, 601 West 26th St. (room 315), NY NY 10001
The program is free of charge for the participants selected. Refreshments and equipment for the projects will be provided. At the end of the program each participant will receive a certificate for successful participation of the eight sessions. A public screening of the videos will be held in early September.
The extended deadline to apply is July 15, 2019, click here to access the application.
The Dignity Project will be taught by filmmaker Arilyn Martinez Cora, with assistance from Saba Ismail of Aware Girls and possible guests. Read more about the previous course on The Kota Alliance's website: http://www.kota-alliance.org/digital-storytelling