For three weeks in June, kids can participate in a music video making camp at the Renzi Center! As with our After School Program, most of our campers are children from the low-income areas of Shreveport and Bossier.
During our Music Video camps, students work with local filmmakers and artists to create a music video for a song from a local band. The videos are premiered at a big premiere party at the end of the summer. The 2016 event was held at the Robinson Film Center with over 200 attendants.
In all the camps, professional artists share their creative processes, techniques, and skills.
Our offerings change from year to year. The 2017 camps will focus on music video production. Call 318-222-1414 or email us for more information about the camps and to register.
Camps run from 1pm-5pm, Monday through Friday. Participants are expected to come every day of the week to the camp they sign up for. Campers may sign up for no more than 2 weeks of the camps. If you are requesting financial assistance you may only sign up for one week. Registration fees are due with registration forms unless applying for financial assistance.
Week 1 - June 5th-9th with Ouro Boar (Louisiana Afrobeat)
Week 2 - June 12th-16th with The Renzi Kids formally known as the
Remarkables (Rock and Roll)
Week 3 - June 19th-23rd with James Palmer (Hip-Hop)
Summer Camp Registration begins April 10th!
Music Videos created during the 2016 summer camps for The Wall Chargers, HWY Lions and The Remarkables (Former Renzi Kids):