SYN at Screen Futures Youth Festival
The Student Youth Network will be Blogging from the 2011 Screen Futures Youth Festival at Federation Square on Monday 11th July! That’s this Monday!
We will be armed with our Bloggie Cameras as we capture the sights and sounds of the festival. We’ll cover the many workshops, discussions and interactive activites that are at Youth Fest.
We will also be tweeting throughout the day via @synmedia (twitter.com/synmedia)
To secure your ticket to the Festival go to
Come and find us (look for the cameras with the SYN Logo on them) and tell us your thoughts, and you might see them blogged right here on the SYN Bloggers website!
Are you a student who wants to write/direct/produce movies or are you one who already does?
Do you like Facebook or want to create your own social networking space?
Love games? Want to play better and maybe make some?
Could you be a DJ or digital music producer?
Want a future in media or want to find out more about it?
Do you think Twitter, blogs and citizen journalism will change the world?
Do you want to change the world?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Screen Futures Youth Fest is for you. What kind of job will you have in your media future? Come and hear animators, music video directors, e-publishers and bloggers talk about what they do and how you can do it too. Q&A panel sessions at BMW Edge with representatives from the media industry and from tertiary courses.
Workshops and events in the Square and on the stage and screen include:
- Make and edit a doco about Fed Square in just two hours
- Digital sound and music interactive at Soundhouse
- Workshop with Matt Blackwood – to add digital stories to buildings in Fed Square
- More to come!
If you answered no, then you need to come on down and learn what’s going on in the world – on and off the screens.
Tickets: Tickets are valid for the full day – $30 each or $100 for 5.
SYN is a proud supporter of the Screen Futures Youth Festival.
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