San Francisco Public Library

Teens’ Save the Earth

For Immediate Release
Contact: Michelle Jeffers
(415) 557-4282;

October 19, 2012

Teens’ Save the Earth

Hive PopUp Digital Media Workshops for Teens,
Oct. 26 & 27, Ortega Branch Library

Two days of digital media literacy and fun for middle and high school youth (ages 11-18). Media and arts organizations will offer free tools and workshops for youth to play with the web, remix, remake, and recreate to save the earth.

Save the EarthFree digital media workshops including: 3D printing (faces and action heroes); claymation studio; DJ turntable skills; environmental poetry and issues; filming and digital flipbooks; lego building; mobile citizen journalism video-making; multi-plane animation; motion gaming technology and 3D avatars; recording and radio broadcasting; PopCorn and Thimble toolkits.

Save the Earth
Hive PopUp Digital Media Workshops

Friday, Oct. 26, 1-4 p.m. and

Saturday, Oct. 27, 1-5 p.m.

Ortega Branch Library

3223 Ortega St., San Francisco


Handicapped Accessible

Partner organizations: Anticlockwise Arts, Bay Area Video Coalition, California Academy of Sciences, Children's Creativity Museum, KQED,  Mozilla Hive NYC, Project Level, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission; Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center and SCREAM, TILT (9th Street Film Center), Type A Machines, Walt Disney Family Museum, WritersCorps, San Francisco Public Library and Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

For more information or class reservations, email or call 415-557-4268.