Aurora Picture Show works year-round to provide Houston kids with education, equipment, and encouragement to make their own films! We’re now concluding a documentary class with Chavez High School students, we’ve just begun a new, year-long series of creative workshops with patients at Texas Children’s Hospital, and we’re excited to be preparing for another year of our signature education program-Summer Kids Filmmaking Camps!
Now in its ninth year, Aurora Picture Show’s popular, hands-on filmmaking camps give kids ages 8-15 the opportunity to learn about, create, and discuss film and video. Participants in these one-week camps develop, shoot, and edit collaborative digital short films, which are then shown at a special premiere screening at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in August. Camps are held Aurora Picture Show (2442 Bartlett Street, 77098), Monday through Friday, from 9am to 2pm
, and each has a maximum of 12 participants. The schedule of camps is below. For more information and links for registration and need-based scholarships, visit the summer camps webpage.
Space is limited and they’re filling up quickly!