What: Flag Stories: Citizenship Unbound, a cultural exchange project for youth ages 13–17 When: Click here to apply online by August 8th, 2013 at 5pm.Project consists of four 10-week sessions, 2–4 hours of instruction each week, beginning Wednesday September 4th 2013 and ending Wednesday June 25th, 2014. (between 8th & 9th) with community excursions How Much: Students pay no fees, receive 0 participation stipend and a free digital camera.What Else: Eligible applicants must be ages 13–17 on August 8, 2013. SOMArts Cultural Center is currently accepting applications for Flag Stories: Citizenship Unbound, a new international cultural exchange project that is a paid opportunity for selected Islamic and non-Islamic Bay Area and Malaysian youth, ages 13–17.Participating youth, dubbed “Young Diplomats”, will engage in a yearlong project creating art about family culture, community identity or personal interests in relation to the concepts of citizenship and identity.Two of the 15 selected Young Diplomats will also be selected to travel during SFUSD spring break March 29th through April 6th, 2014, with adult supervision on an all-expenses-paid trip to Malaysia to meet their international counterparts.Selection for the spring break trip will be based on student participation, quality of production and extent of community engagement.It is no wonder that many Americans make some mistakes when trying to witness to Muslims since generally this form of witness fits within the third group.
E-2 Evangelism with people of a similar culture, for example: an American witnessing to a Frenchman.
Epic mythologies and religions are nothing but collections of stories that inspire and transform us. This free online program is for children and adults who want to wrap their head around what it takes to produce stories ready for the screen.
, he’s directly responsible for some of Pixar’s biggest hits.
At first glance his advice seems rather benign: write about what you know. Docter says if you envision car chases, monsters, and explosions, use them, but in a context that’s connectable with others. The first drafts were failures—and each film can take thirty or more drafts.
The problem was that the movie was about a monster that scares kids. As Docter was learning how to become a father at that time, the movie became about a monster raising a child.