January 26, 2005

OPPORTUNITIES: Join YDC Session 2005 - Call for Participation

Join YDC Session 2005 - Call for Participation

The session 2005 of the UNESCO Young Digital Creators (YDC) is to be launched early next year with the following three programmes: 

The Sound of our Water
Creating water soundscapes with digital sound.

Youth Creating and Communicating on HIV/AIDS
Expressing oneself and reacting to HIV/AIDS issues via multimedia.

Scenes and Sounds of my City
Digitally audio-visualizing the past, present and future of urban environment.

How to participate

  • Rules of Participation:
    - 5 to 15 participating students (12-18 years old) per school/centre/club
    - Teachers/local moderators with basic computer skills and dealing with the subjects of art, music, natural sciences, languages, history, geography, philosophy or ethics, etc
    - Basic equipment 2-5 computers per school/centre with internet connection

  • Registration:
    The school/centre will have to send the Registration Form to:
    Doyun Lee (UNESCO YDC coordinator)
    tel: 33 1 45 68 43 72
    fax: 33 1 45 68 55 89

    Presentation of Artworks:
    The artworks, created by the young participants during session 2005, are to be exhibited and performed through international events such as:
    - Ars Electronica (September 2005, Linz, Austria)
    - Competition ?Young Digital Creators Prize? at Computer Space (October 2005, Sofia, Bulgaria)
    - World Summit on Information Society 2005 (November 2005, Tunisia)
  • _________________________________________
    Chris Schuepp
    Young People's Media Network - Coordinator
    c/o ECMC (European Centre for Media Competence)
    Bergstr. 8 / 10th floor
    D-45770 Marl - Germany
    Tel.: +49 2365 502480
    Mobile: +49 176 23107083
    Fax: +49 12126 23107083
    Email: cschuepp@unicef.org
    URL: www.unicef.org/magic
    Mailing list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/youthful-media
    The YPMN is supported by UNICEF and hosted by the ECMC.
    The opinions and views expressed in this message and/or articles & websites linked to from this message do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or its agencies.

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