At the RAWK Film School, 4th and 5th graders crash through a course in guerilla filmmaking, working in groups to write, produce, and act in their own short films. Using smart phone cameras and editing apps, students will sharpen and exhibit their visual storytelling talents.
Using properties of science taught at the 2nd and 3rd grade level, we’ll write stories that explore Earth, its ecosystems, engineering, matter, life cycles, weather, climate, and where and how we fit in and affect our environment. Students’ stories will center around cause and effect, observational and experimental investigation.
A math-centric workshop where we’ll write stories based on age-appropriate mathematical concepts of addition, subtraction, counting, geometry, shapes, and problem-solving. This workshop will introduce kindergarteners and first-graders to the use and presence of math in real-life, everyday situations outside of the classroom.
Why should youth have all the fun? Adults! Spend the afternoon making art! Explore your inner poet in a RAWK workshop, and learn metalsmithing skills with local jewelry artist, Meg Tang. All event proceeds will support Project 802: RAWK’s expanding literacy center.
Middle schoolers! Join us for an inspiring bike-building and writing adventure! July 10 - 14 from 9 am - 4 pm
Technology and storytelling go hand and hand. Join us at Nova Virtual Reality for a writing workshop unlike any other.
Find out just what RAWKstars (and real stars) are made of in this workshop focused on constellations, planets, stargazing, and wondering about what else is out there. It's a big world and an even bigger universe! Join us for writing and lots of hands-on science fun!