For the past three weeks i have been teaching a photography class at Truman Middle School as part of YDI's Storyteller's Summer Studio. This project was a opportunity for students at Jimmy Carter and Truman Middle Schools to learn the crafts of photography, screenwriting, acting, set/mural design and film production.

Tomorrow the students from both schools will share their work in a multimedia performance at the Wool Warehouse Theater in Downtown Albuquerque at 518 Roma NW (corner of Roma and 1st Street). The show starts at 1pm. Come on down and check out the work of these young artists!

Here are a few of images the students produced for the photography class.

Thanks to Lisa Gill for covering this story here.

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Comment by Adelita on June 27, 2010 at 3:29pm
Thanks for sharing Alicia. Wish I could have gone! Lucky kids that get to work with such an amazing woman!!
Comment by Benigno Vasquez on June 28, 2010 at 4:22pm
It was great. The students did an awesome job


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