Lights, Camera, Action for Teenagers in Clayton County, GA
Spring-Break Digital Media Camps for Students (11-17) at Clayton State University Film and Media Center
By: Family Support Circle and Enough Entertainment
Finding A Flow Digital Media Camp is designed to equip students with soft and life skills needed to secure a legacy in advertising, entertainment or animation. "We are grateful for the industry veterans willing to share their expertise with our participants. "I believe we all win, when we reach back to help our youth find their purpose (flow) in life," states Executive Director Keisha Crockett. The Finding A Flow Digital Media Camps offer students a chance to be creative, address issues that affect their peers, and problem solve to develop, tape and edit a video as a team.
The mission is to expose students (11-23) to fun activities and different careers during non-school hours that encourage them to exercise, research their purpose (flow) in life and feel comfortable in their abilities as they transition into adulthood using media production. To register to audition visit http://www.enoughentertainment.com
In 2004, we launched our first digital media production camp called Speak On It, thanks to the College Park Public Library. In 2008, thanks to the partnership with FYI Events, Inc. and Arts Clayton, Inc. we received the Georgia's Art Council Grassroots Art Program (GAP) Grant and produced two entertaining dramas. In 2009, with the support of (4) local artists; the DeWayne Martin's Evolution Program, Clayton County Board of Health Center and Clayton County Parks & Recreation Department., we produced (4) Music Videos and (4) Public Service Announcements (PSAs).
K. Rachelle Agency