2011 Documentary History Project for Youth Premiere
City of Sound
Sunday, November 13, 2011 @ 2:00PM
University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Caplan Recital Hall
Terra Building - 211 South Broad Street
Free and open to the public
Since April, young filmmakers in Scribe’s Documentary History Project for Youth have been using video and audio recording devices to document a wide variety of local sounds – personal narratives, industrial sounds, sounds of nature, human sounds, sounds of motion, sounds of stillness – as well as how the soundscape of Philadelphia has changed over time.
Please join us in celebrating the premiere of these short audio and video works that explore Philadelphia’s rich history and diverse neighborhoods through sound.
Researched, written, shot, edited, and curated by Hiwot Adilow, Ezra J. Ali-Dow, Aubrey Backues, Saria Cooper-Burks, Mei Mei Mc Dowell, Kaleb Thomas Mosley, Imani Ross, Michelle Saul-Yamasaki, Stephen Skeel, and Obasi Tahir.
Project facilitators Serena Reed and David Miranda Hardy; Humanities Consultant: NaOme Richardson
The Documentary History Project for Youth is made possible by support from the Nathan Cummings Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, Lincoln Financial Foundation, Hamilton Family Foundation, Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial, Douty Foundation, Best Buy Children’s Fund, Philadelphia Cultural Fund Youth Arts Enrichment.