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We offer a safe, supportive community where girls can learn media arts, including videography, storytelling, photography, and editing.

FOR STUDENTS

Do you want to tell your story? Do you feel trapped by the expectations of others? Everyone deserves to be heard in a meaningful way. What if you had the opportunity to honor your own thoughts? We know you have important stories to tell. We’re here to help you tell them, without judgement.

FOR PARENTS

You want your daughter to go forward through her teen years with the confidence to fulfill her potential. As she reaches the critical pre-teen and teen years, you want her to learn the skills she needs to be successful in life. All teens, but especially girls, are vulnerable to feelings of low self-esteem, stress and self-consciousness.

GIRLS’ VOICES MATTER

We offer a safe, supportive community for girls to tell their stories and show us what they think and feel. We listen to girls and help them understand how important they are in the world. Through teamwork and individual attention, we encourage free expression through literary art and technology. We help girls feel proud of themselves and their accomplishments.

We listen to girls and help them understand how important they are in the world.

Women Filmmakers Schedule March 2020

 

CLAIRE GRAMAN JOINS OUR STAFF!Claire Professional Picture

I’m thrilled to announce that Claire Graman has joined Girls’ Voices Matter as an Instructor. Claire’s areas of expertise include women in film, cinema studies, and feminist critique. Claire will be teaching several classes starting in early 2020.

Welcome, Claire!

SUMMER CAMP, CLASSES, AND WORKSHOPS

Located in Eugene, Oregon, we offer a unique, all-girls’ filmmaking summer camp, and classes at Ophelia’s Place. We’re also pleased to conduct a special presentation during Women’s History Month, focused on women filmmakers of the Pacific Northwest. And if you feel like enjoying a relaxed, informal atmosphere for watching films, our Feminist Film Series includes popcorn and snacks!

DAY OF THE GIRL

Sunday, October 11, is International Day of the Girl, created in 2011 by the United Nations to “focus attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of the human rights.”

Download 5 Ways Storytelling Empowers Teen Girls.

 

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