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Human/Animal: The EPFC Spring 2018 Youth Class

12 CONSECUTIVE SATURDAY MORNINGS, 10 AM – NOON, BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 3

Living in a city, it’s easy to forget our connection to animals–especially the fact that we humans are animals ourselves. What wildlife is hiding in and under our apartments and houses? What can we learn from our pets and the way they experience the world? Why do we eat some animals and protect others? How and why did humans domesticate so many animals for so many different purposes? In this class, students will learn a variety of film and video techniques and make short films that explore the ways we interact with the animal kingdom.

Instructors: Andrew Kim, Gina Marie Napolitan and Cosmo Segurson

This class is FREE to teens ages 12 – 19 with all instruction, materials and equipment provided at no cost by EPFC. Participants must be willing and able to attend ALL 12 SESSIONS!

A mandatory orientation session for all participating students and their parents/guardians will take place at EPFC at 10 am on Saturday, March 3.

Bookings are closed for this event.

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