Learning media competence involves developing skills in perception, use, handling and design in a world permeated by the media.
For example, workshops for adults offer the opportunity to shoot and edit short films on smartphones, tablets or digital cameras under the guidance of professional filmmakers.
A media competition, which took place as part of the Anthropocene Project in 2014, called upon young journalists and media artists to develop a cross-medial story about the Anthropocene theorem.
Together with the Hausradio team, young people and adults acquire the basic theoretical and practical skills for producing their own radio feature or record blogs on current topics with journalists.
The results of many of the workshops are presented on social media channels: Flipbooks are shown on YouTube; the Whole Earth Catalog Berlin Edition by four Berlin schools can be browsed on issuu. The Facebook page kids&teens presents the latest results and is looking forward to lots of fans!
Students and adults attend workshops with experienced radio journalists to learn the theoretical and practical basics of a radio feature. The workshops cover production planning, the correct use of recording devices, editing technology and surveying and interviewing techniques.
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The media competition Future Storytelling called on filmmakers and media creators as well as designers and artists to develop new stories based on the Anthropocene theorem incorporating a variety of online media.
To the media competition on hkw.de/en
For the Anthropocene Project and the exhibition The Whole Earth: California and the Disappearance of the Outside, four Berlin schools developed a recent issue of the Whole Earth Catalog. In it, they employ artistic methods to answer the question of what tools will be necessary for future survival.
Whole Earth Catalog Berlin Edition on Issuu
A YouTube film by Johanna, Juno, Hanan and Rebeca created during the documentary film workshop at Wassermusik 2015 | Mother India.
To the film on Youtube
Collage about teaching events in voices, sounds and beats – radio feature for the School Project (2014)
To the collage in the HKW-Mediathek