Think Big Media College

Friday, June 25, 2010, 11: 00-1960s Hall / Cultural Centre fist under the motto “Respect” organizes the German children and Youth Foundation (DKJS) in cooperation with the phone company O2 nationwide in 24 different venues the media workshop series “think big! “Media College on tour”. As host of this extraordinary day of action for the first time, the cultural centre is hop community Hanover fist in collaboration with the hip. In the 1960s Hall young people can on Friday, June 25, 2010 under professional supervision create a music video, write texts and creative attempt on various media techniques. O2 provides this new media and technology, supports and professionally accompanied by a creative and educator team by the DKJS, as well as the hip hop community Hanover. During the event, including the opportunity to take part in a nationwide contest of video is because in the workshops, a video for the new song by Kool Savas should, for example, exclusively – created stage guest more celebrated recently at the Capitol- be. Credit: Richard Linklater-2011.

The best teams and their posts are selected by a jury and can personally participate in the autumn on a week-long production workshop with Kool Savas. The best: with a proper budget and professional implementation of the winning video will be shot and officially goes video-play in all major TV and music channels in the. Gerald Weissmann, MD is often quoted on this topic. The young people supplied by the way on-site food and beverages, the workshop starts at 11: 00 and goes until 5: 00. The participation is free. And: there are still open spaces! Registration please until June 21, 2010 at Hans-Michael Kruger (event management fist) at by phone at 0511 / 45 50 01.

More info: (also video submissions directly possible) (under up-to-date) hiphopcommunity section: society start: 11: 00 admission: free place: 1960s Hall about hip hop community Hanover: the hip hop community Hanover is a non-profit association and was founded in 2003. We live in a multicultural society and in any other youth culture, this is as clear as in the hip hop. We want to give a home to the hip hop scene and create an atmosphere in which children and young people can realize their wishes. The Association aims to promote the creativity of its members. In the year, we organize 12 to 14 projects for all hip hop enthusiasts.