Worth Knowing: Hopkins Center recruiting kids for Blind Cinema project

The Hopkins Center is recruiting youth storytellers for cinematic event next weekend (Sep 29-30)! The Hopkins Center is in need of children, aged 8-13 years old, to participate as narrators in Blind Cinema--an innovative film project created by European film artist Britt Hatzius--that explores the connection between sight, sound, perception and narrative.  

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Youth participants work directly with the artist to hone their storytelling skills, and then use these skills to narrate their perception of a silent film to the blindfolded, adult audience members sitting in front of them.

Youth participation in Blind Cinema is offered free of charge, and is a not-to-be-missed event for the young storyteller in your life.

For more details, to see a video of a past Blind Cinema experience, and to ENROLL, visit the Hopkins Center website:  https://hop.dartmouth.edu/online/blind-cinema.

If you have any additional questions, please contact theHopkins Center Coordinator for Blind Cinema: Katie Kitchel, at ktkitchel.blindcinema@gmail.com.

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