Transcript: Do you enjoy creating art? Do you love ASL? Do you like to make your own videos? Well, if you put them all together, you’ve got art ASL videos! We have a fun competition for you: ART ASL VIDEO AWARDS!
CD: In an old TV-like set up, Erin in black shirt and standing. The end image has thin black words on a light blue background that reads ” For more info about video art call for entries at www.artaslvideo.com” and then a Lenois Production logo on the bottom.
[Transcript] Lily: I’m so excited that LP has decided to start AAVA! Erin: Me too! Why did you decide to start AAVA? Jon: Of course! I love seeing art and ASL incorporated into the community. Holly: Yes! I love seeing social events that involve, engage, and bring together the community! Erin and Lily: That’s Deaf community!
Submit your video art to http://bit.ly/artaslvideo (By March 1st, 2018)
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[Transcript] Do you enjoy art? Are you fascinated by ASL and immersed in its world? Can you combine art and ASL in one video? Can you edit and produce a video to be between 30 seconds and 2 minutes? If yes, join our competition! Your video will be played for a large audience to watch, and there is the possibility of winning money! This competition is focused on supporting Deaf Californians. How you incorporate art and ASL into your video is entirely up to you. It’s important that you submit your video before March 1, 2018. For more information, click the link above or below. [http://bit.ly/artaslvideo]
Produced by Lenois Productions and Sponsored by California Association of the Deaf
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#IKnowSomeone – DeafHope, an agency providing direct services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. DeafHope also provides technical assistance and training on national level to other DV and SV agencies. DeafHope also is very involved with social media work to distribute videos educating us about what the survivors are enduring which opens our mind and heart about what we can do to improve our community through our own community solutions. ~ Julie Rems Smario
More info at deaf-hope.org
Directed by Julie Rems Smario