Reel Voices Monarch

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WHAT IS REEL VOICES MONARCH?

[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”small” position=”center” color=”#000000″][vc_column_text]Pacific Arts Movement is honored to partner with Monarch School in Barrio Logan to launch a new media arts class for high school students interested in film production and digital storytelling. The elective course begins in April 2014 and is based on our successful Reel Voices program. Students will participate in film viewing, critical analysis, story development techniques, and exercises that encourage discovery and self-expression. With a hands-on approach, students will create their own digital short stories by the end of the semester.

 

For more information about the program, contact Glenn Heath, at glenn@pacarts.org.

 

The mission of the Monarch School is to educate students impacted by homelessness and to help them develop hope for the future with the necessary skills and experiences for personal success.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]

HEAR FROM THE STUDENTS

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REEL VOICES MONARCH TEAM

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Frank Howley is a video producer who graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a degree in Film Studies. He’s written, directed, edited and acted in over 200 internet shorts, including viral videos for Nintendo, sketch comedy for FunnyOrDie, and music videos for Math The Band. Frank has been working with Pacific Arts Movement since 2015, providing video coverage for the Spring Showcase and San Diego Asian Film Festival as well as teaching the Reel Voices @ Monarch program. Frank is deeply passionate about film and video games, he will gladly talk your ear off about the brilliance of Park Chan-wook and Final Fantasy.

Frank Howley

Reel Voices Coordinator
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Rizzhel Mae Javier resides in San Diego, CA, and is an artist and educator in the visual arts. Her goal is to foster opportunities that utilize image-making as a tool for learning. She received her MFA degree in Studio Arts at San Diego State University. Rizzhel works at Miracosta College teaching darkroom photography. Her interest with the community has also lead to her to teaching opportunities with The AjA Project, Barrio Logan College Institute and Museum of Photographic Arts, where she promotes the use of contemporary image-making tools to build opportunities for students to discuss their thoughts and ideas through creating their own narrative projects.

Rizzhel Javier

Reel Voices Instructor
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DONORS & SPONSORS

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Reel Voices Monarch is supported through generous grants from:

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Samuel I. & John Henry Fox Foundation

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Nordstrom

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Pratt Memorial Fund

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