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Saturday, April 27 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Multi-Media Origins Stories: A Boys & Girls Club Showcase

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In this presentation, talented youth film makers, graphic designers, Hip Hip performers, and dancers will showcase their original multi-media presentations that tell the origins stories of diverse members of the Green Bay community.

Speakers
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James Gavins

James Gavins received his Bachelor of Arts in Theater from the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a First Wave Hip Hop & Urban Arts Scholarship recipient. He joined YAI in summer of 2015 as a First Wave Intern before launching his professional career as the Youth Video Arts Mentor... Read More →
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Craig Knitt

Craig Knitt has two decades of experience as a public K-12 art teacher. Knitt is also an independent filmmaker and the co-founder of the Wildwood Film Festival, a published artist, a stage performer, and a comedian. Since fall of 2014, Knitt has been in his current YAI teaching artist... Read More →
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Alex Zacarias

Alex Zacarias began his career nearly three decades ago producing Spanish language television programs for Telemundo in Chicago before moving to Northeast Wisconsin to produce news programming and educational content for Fox 11, WBAY-TV 2, and Wisconsin Public Television. This Emmy... Read More →
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Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay is a youth development organization that engages the community's young people in out-of-school-time enrichment activities. One of the Club's signature programs is the Youth Arts Initiative (YAI) which provides high-quality arts education... Read More →


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