NY Shout Out! 3rd Annual Youth Media Festival

Date(s) - Saturday 04/28/2012
11:00 pm


Media offers a megaphone to the hearts and minds of young people. Come see the best of their work!

Witness the wisdom and talent of New York State filmmakers during the NY Shout Out! Youth Media Festival, at 7pm.  The excitement grows as many youth participants return for their third year as presenting artists and “peer trainers.” These young media makers will publicly present their work, and speak about their process and craft.  With this festival, youth use digital media tools to create compelling stories about issues and concerns important to them, sharing their personal experiences living in the Capital Region and NY State.  

Featuring works from Youth Media Sanctuary, North Troy; Youth FX, Albany; Tech Valley H.S.; Rensselaer, Children’s Media Project, Poughkeepsie, Nisquayuna High School Media Program, Nisquayuna; and more! Live radio coverage by WGXC/ Radio Explosion!

Co-sponsored by Youth Media Sanctuary and Youth FX.


Help feed and meet the youth media makers and network with youth media organizations, at a community potluck at 6 pm. Participants include Youth Media Sanctuary, Youth FX, Tech Valley High School, Peers Educating Peers, Children’s Media Project, Squeaky Wheel and more!  Youth radio reporters from Hudson’s WGXC/Radio Explosion will be streaming live throughout the day.

More about the sponsors:

Co-sponsored by “Youth Media Sanctuary” and Youth FX with Grand Street Community Arts.Youth Media Sanctuary gives voice to youth of the economically disadvantaged neighborhood of North Central/Uptown Troy, supporting desperately needed independent local voices through media arts workshops, production, & peer-training internships. http://Link: www.mediasanctuary.org/yms

YouthFX seeks to inspire and empower youth in Albany’s South End neighborhoods through an understanding and hands-on exploration of the creative and technical aspects of digital film making. YouthFX is a proect of Grand Street Community Arts, an arts center in historic St. Anthony Church.  Link: http://grandarts.org/programs/youthfx/

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