Teen Video Challenge Promotes Library Summer Reading Program
Teens across the country are invited to create a 30 to 90 second video with their unique interpretation of the 2015 teen slogan Unmask in combination with reading and libraries. The idea is to involve teens in summer reading, before and during the summer months, by being part of the process. This is an opportunity for teens to showcase their creativity and have their ideas heard before a national audience.
Any teen, aged 13 -18, can enter the “2015 Teen Video Challenge” in the state where they reside. Videos can be created individually or as a team.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, March 23rd, 2015
Don’t know where to start?
Check with your local library for more details. Literally.
Librarians can be a source of great inspiration! If you’re near Westby, the Bekkum Memorial Library has software and equipment to help. Come and see Jess to find out more.
Here’s a one page document with suggested links that may help: Wisconsin_TVC_Resources_2015
Curious about what other teens might make?
Watch last year’s winning entry, a moody, Hunger Games‑esque offering from teens at the Hedberg Public Library in Janesville.
Or take a look at the winning submission from the L. E. Phillips Memorial Library in Eau Claire.
All submissions must be received by Monday, March 23, 2015.