Announcing our 2018 Artist-in-Residence
Who are our neighbors? How are we all connected?Residents of all ages will be invited to answer these questions as we share our stories creatively through the medium of video.
- 20 March 2018
- Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman
Each spring, Kennedy Heights Arts Center hosts an Artist-in-Residence with support from the Ohio Arts Council. For this, our 10th artist residency, we are delighted to welcome filmmaker Susan Halpern of Columbus, OH.
From April 3-28, Susan will be working with individuals of all ages to create a collaborative short film. Entitled “Neighbors Meeting Neighbors,” this community project will focus on personal storytelling and finding connections between people, as well as the experience of learning technical video and editing skills. All participants will contribute in some way, depending on your preference – either behind the scenes or in front of the camera!Adults and youth (ages 5 and up) can sign up for groups that will meet once or twice a week for four weeks. This opportunity is open to ALL, regardless of where you live, and no experience is necessary. It is FREE to participate, but registration is required as space is limited.Support for the Artist-in-Residence is provided by the Ohio Arts Council and Kennedy Heights Community Council.