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SPAN 206.00 Civic Engagement, Social Change, and the Participatory Video 2 credits, S/CR/NC only

Open: Size: 25, Registered: 15, Waitlist: 0

Weitz Center 026

Synonym: 49404

Palmar M Álvarez-Blanco

Understanding the historical perspective of any event requires studying the methods used to create and distribute those perspectives. The practice of participatory video and documentary filmmaking help develops critical viewers while encouraging all participants to perceive their own reality, to develop an effective means of communicating that reality, and to promote it, denounce it, or affect change. Participants will not only learn how to produce an effective short participatory video, but they will also learn practical tools and techniques used in visual persuasion—an essential learning outcome for an era in which video/image consumption is growing exponentially. This participatory video collaboration will provide participants a practical opportunity to connect with individuals within our community, to conduct better research their own interest areas, to develop a more thorough understanding of the psychological and technical aspects of filmmaking, and to refine their own critical viewing and communication skills.

Prerequisite: Spanish 205

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