MUSIC AND PODCASTING CAMPS FOR TEENS!!
Is your teen really into music or multi-media? Nurture their interests at a Harvestworks Summer camp program. This year we will again be offering our popular Digital Music Camp and our new Podcasting Camp both for ages 14-18.
DIGITAL MUSIC CAMP – Click here for a complete curriculum
Ages 14 – 18
JULY 20 – 31, Monday – Friday 1pm – 5pm
Cost: $650 + $75 for the membership
Over the course of two weeks we will learn the complete process of music production. Beginning with creating our original musical material together, we will record in our studios, edit and mix using ProTools software, master and design our finished CD and perform a concert at Harvestworks on our final day.
Note: Musicians have to be on a medium level and have to have interest in every aspect of creating a “professional” music product.
PODCASTING CAMP – Click here for a complete curriculum
Ages 14 – 18
JULY 20 – 31, Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm
Cost: $650 + $75 for the memberships
In this Camp we will produce a finished Podcast, which includes script writing, recording techniques, and sound editing using the ProTools and Garageband software platforms. We will also learn how to build an easy website for posting the Podcasts on the web.
Podcast (defined): The distribution of audio or video files, such as radio programs or music videos, over the internet using either RSS or Atom syndication for listening on mobile devices and personal computers.
“The medium that promises a future where anyone can make radio, instead of just listen to it.” – Wired Magazine
Harvestworks is a non-profit arts center in Lower Manhattan. Private funding for our programs has been provided by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Jerome Foundation, the Mary Flagler Charitable Trust, the New York State Music Fund, the James E. Robison Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Carnegie Corporation, the Aaron Copland Fund, the Greenwall Foundation, the Edwards Foundation Arts Fund, the Trust for Mutual Understanding, Materials for the Arts, the Experimental TV Center and mediaThe foundation Inc. Public Support is provided by New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts and the NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs. Thanks to our Friends Circle, Cycling74, Digidesign, Inc. and NHT Pro.