The Z’s Teen Ambassador Program offers the space and guidance for teens to learn through exposure, collaboration, creativity and engagement in the arts. Participants ages 13 to 18 will experience unique creative opportunities as well as career readiness training for pursuing the arts or an arts-related field.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Z has reimagined the program for 2021. It’s still free!
Teen Ambassadors will come together virtually for 12 weeks to watch, discuss, and analyze performing arts live streams, documentaries, recorded concerts, and artist talk backs to appreciate the importance of the arts to American culture and economy.
Up next: Create Your Own Public Service Announcement!
May 18, 4-6pm: Class 1 – writing a script, how to communicate a message, basic overview of project
May 25, 4-6pm: Class 2 – how to deliver your message (public speaking), acting basics, lighting, angles, etc.
June 1, 4-6pm: Class 3 – how to frame a shot, filming basics, editing tips, etc.
June 6, TBA, Class 4 – filming day*
June 8, 4-6pm: Class 5 – unveiling final projects
*Class 4 will meet in-person
Must commit to the full series. To receive the link to join, click here to email Ashley Moore, Director of Education and Community Engagement.
Past events: Watch: A Royal Ballet’s A Winter Tale, Watch & discuss: PBS’s Uncovering Shakespeare, Engage: incorporating Shakespeare themes into action, Watch & discuss: The Girls in the Band, Watch & discuss: Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles.