April 11, 2012

Submit media by April 20 to the Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards

Adobe Youth Voices is the signature philanthropic effort of the Adobe Foundation intended to empower youth and educators through media making experiences that promote social change. As a part of this effort, the Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards celebrates the extraordinary work of young media artists from around the world by recognizing top talent in media production.  The Aspire Awards is open to ALL youth.  Read more and submit today >

In addition to preparing for the Aspire Awards, iEARN Adobe Youth Voices participants around the world are busy planning and hosting their own Adobe Youth Voices End of Year Events.  Upcoming events this month include Adobe Youth Voices exhibitions in Argentina (see details) and Mexico (below).

Adobe Youth Voices Mexico Events, Spring 2012

April 26, 2012

Centro Cultural de España.
Teachers who completed the Spring Adobe professional development course will receive their certificates of completion in an informal setting with a chance to meet and swap ideas with their fellow educators.   

May 24, 2012.

Casa de Cultural de Santa Fe: Casa Meneses
Students and teachers who participated in the AYV project will present their works to the community. A panel discussion will speak to the importance of Youth Media as a format for social regeneration and empowerment.  

May 29, 2012.

Centro Cultural de España.
Students and teachers who participated in the AYV project will present their works to the community. A panel discussion will speak to the importance of Youth Media as a format for social regeneration and empowerment in the area.  

June 7, 2012.

Save the Children: Pino Suarez.
Students and teachers who participated in the AYV project from Save the Children Mexico will present their works to the community. Outreach and small demonstration workshops will be conducted alongside the screenings.

Dates are subject to change.