BREAKING NEW GROUND IN
BALTIMORE AND BEYOND
A NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK ZOOM PANEL DISCUSSION
Registered Apprenticeship is a national movement where digital media careers are finally being recognized, and BIPOC artists, technologists and storytellers are coming out of the margins as vital creative workers.
The national Arts2Work program offers career pathways for Multimedia Producers, Digital Video Editors and Multimedia Graphic Designers and during this National Apprenticeship Week panel and screening, you will hear directly from past and current Apprentices in our Baltimore program at the award-winning nonprofit, Wide Angle Youth Media. These emerging designers, producers, directors and editors are leading the way forward, as creative entrepreneurs, freelancers and valued staff members.
Come see their work and hear about Apprenticeship from a very new perspective.
Saki Bowman – Independent Filmmaker, Community Manager, Arts2Work
Shawn Jackson – Learning + Innovation, Arts2Work
Tahir Juba – Producer and Editor, Wide Angle Youth Media
Darian Jones – Lead Media Instructor, Wide
Angle Youth Media Brandon Towns – Producer and Editor, Wide Angle Youth Media
Sonia Dowuona – Operations Manager, Arts2Work
Wendy Levy – Executive Director, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture
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