PSTV has created a multimedia meet-up space where students can learn about a multitude of media opportunities that are available. Here you will learn about film festivals, educational programs available from industry partners, workshops, internships and much more.
Photography: Passion and Profession
With the evolution of digital photography, the camera-phone craze, and widely accessed social media platforms, the art of photography has entered a new, challenging, and exciting era. Increased competition calls for increased creativity and essential knowledge of professional workflow. This course offers students the opportunity to pursue their passion for photography while also balancing professional and commercial challenges. Students will be able to create digital portfolios that reflect creative photo essays as well as industry-standard shots: portraiture, stock photography, and commercial advertisements. Lessons on camera tools, composition, and Photoshop basics paired with business essentials such as copyright law and creating a watermark will help develop the participant’s personal and professional career in the field. Register Here Friday, April 20th until May 25th. 6 week course
PSTV Orientation – Attend an Orientation to learn more about PSTV student offerings and to take a tour the facility. The Orientation is free and open to any student enrolled in a Philadelphia School(public, charter or prosocial). Attending an Orientation is a prerequisite before being able to sign up for another class or workshop or have use of the PSTV studios. Orientations are free and offered twice a month from 4-6PM. REGISTER HERE
TechGirlz – Each Month PSTV offers TechGirlz workshops on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, for Middle School Girls. If interested in learning more, send an email to PSTV@philasd.org
After doing PSTV Orientation you can sign up for the following classes.
PSTV Basic Logic Pro workshop – If you are interested in how to record and mix music using Logic Pro, this workshop is for you. This basic workshop will familiarize you with use of our xpress studio along with and use of Logic Pro software. This workshop is comprised of two sessions that must be attended in order to receive a PSTV certification. Workshop is free to students and will be held each month from 4-6PM.
If interested in signing up email. PSTV@philasd.org
PSTV is thrilled to start it first student-reporting program. During this program students will learn all aspects of being a Correspondent from writing micro segments, to producing, creating, and editing the final projects as well as distribution of their work. Segments will revolve around highlighting students and schools. Once students have been trained we will work with you weekly to come up with topics of coverage to record and edit. * NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY – Class is held every Wednesday from 4-6PM If interested in signing up email. PSTV@philasd.org
Studio Production –
PSTV is excited to be offering its studio class. Students will have a chance to learn the in’s and out’s of how a production studio works. You are provided hands on experience in a state of the art production studio. You will learn how to work on cameras, audio board, switcher, be a director, producer, on air talent. * NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Register today!
*This program is a 12 week program that will begin Tuesday September 11- Dec. 4every Tuesday from 4-6PM Register Here
We are seeking Camera Operators, Directors, Producer and Editors for this amazing project.
Bop & Swing allows children in Pre-School and Kindergarten to learn about jazz in creative ways, while reinforcing skills learned in the classroom. Jazz music, dance, and an age-appropriate amount of historical context makes this fun and engaging hands-on instruction. New this year, the Kimmel Center’s Education Department and PSTV are now looking to create a series of Educational videos that benefits pre-school age children through a series of distance learning videos. Email – email@example.com
For Kids by Kids. Help the Kimmel Center’s professional staff create Educational videos while gaining great experience.
WHYY Education Highlights
- PBS Learning Media PBS Learning Media is the next generation digital media service for pre-K – 16 educators. Bringing together the BEST of public media to enable teachers to be more effective, PBS LearningMedia provides educators with dynamic and engaging digital resources and professional development support. And it’s FREE!
- Digital Media Courses for Educators at WHYY Educators participating in professional development courses learn methods for implementing 21st Century Learning Skills in their classrooms. They learn to help their students create digital media and receive tips for integrating those skills into existing curricula and project-based learning approaches.
- WHYY I Like This Book This initiative from WHYY, sponsored by Harriet and Larry Weiss, encourages children in kindergarten through 12th grade to share their thoughts about a favorite book. If selected, your student or child could star in a 60-second spot on WHYY-TV, talking about “WHYY I Like This Book.”
- American Graduate Let’s Make it Happen is a public media initiative supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to improve high school graduation rates. Public TV and radio stations in 36 states are working with community partners to generate understanding and action regarding the dropout crisis
PROGRAMS AT PHILLYCAM
W.E Wednesday’s (Year-round. No sign-up required)
A day to focus on future goals while building community connections with other youth. This could look like working on vision boards, learning a new DIY skill, attending and event or having group discussions. Relaxed relationship building through self-discovery.
When: Wednesdays 4pm-6pm
Video: Focused Flicks Crew (Sign-up required)
Become DSLR and Première certified; Create a monthly show; Learn to use cameras; Learn basic editing and Scriptwriting
Lounge & Chill (No sign up required)
When: FRIDAYS 2-6