During the Coronavirus Outbreak, Girls’ Voices Matter has compiled a list of creative activities designed with teen girls in mind.
We are happy to announce our first online class, Digital Photography 101! This is a FREE beginning-intermediate, 5-lesson video class.
Because of the coronavirus outbreak, we’re bringing quality online content to our community.
Online Photography and Video Resources
We’ve compiled a list of online photography and video resources for students and parents (see below).
- Digital Photography 101, a FREE course from Girls’ Voices Matters
- National Geographic’s Using Photography to Inspire Young Learners
- National Geographic’s How Can We Use Photography to Inspire Environmental Responsibility in Our Students?
- National Geographic’s Classroom Ideas for Teaching Photography
- Video lessons and lesson plans from Animoto, including digital scavenger hunts, video autobiographies, fine arts portfolios, and science experiments
- The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival is an annual video contest in which young filmmakers create weird short movies that tell the entire stories of Newbery-winning books in about a minute and a half.
- Stop Motion Ideas for Beginners, including Fruit Salad, whiteboard and many more
- Photographing flowers against a black background at The Smell of Roses
- Revolutionize Your Mobile Flower Photography With 15 Simple Tips at The Smell of Roses
- Creative ideas for photography with the iPhone, including timelapse.
- Britton Perelman’s travel and photography blog, Passion Passport, includes many creative ideas for video and photography
- B&H’s Women of Influence Documentaries: short videos about groundbreaking women in film
Instagram Creative Ideas
At our Instagram page, we’re sharing a creative idea for video and photography every Wednesday. On Fridays, we’ve started “Did You Know,” a series of interesting and little-known facts about women in film.
Inspiring Stories of Women and Girls
At Facebook, we share inspiring stories about the accomplishments of women and girls.
Women Filmmakers of the Pacific Northwest
The online version of our presentation, “Women Filmmakers of the Pacific Northwest,” is available for viewing.
We hope to have a YouTube channel up soon with video instruction.
We wish our students and community members all the best during the coronavirus outbreak.