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Family Tree: An EPFC Youth Filmmaking Class Starts February 4

6 consecutive Thursday afternoons, 4 – 5 pm Los Angeles time, beginning February 4

In this fun online workshop, we’ll create collaborative and individual media projects celebrating our ancestors and our unique family stories passed down from generation to generation. Each week we’ll explore different analog and digital image-making techniques using materials and equipment accessible at home.

This workshop is FREE for youth ages 11 – 17. Class meets weekly via ZOOM on Thursday afternoons, 4 – 5 pm Los Angeles time, but participants from outside the LA area are also welcome to join us!

Class limited to 15 participants; participants must be able to attend all six sessions.

Image: Cover illustration from Lookin For Your Mob: A Guide to Tracing Aboriginal Family Trees by Diane Smith and Boronia Halstead

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