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Past Digital Story Workshop video screenings and awards:

Two DSW productions screened on October 11+12, 2008 at the Red Hook Film Festival, held at 499 Van Brunt St., Red Hook, Brooklyn.

A Day at the Red Hook Community Farm
Directed by Kristin B. Eno
Documentary, color, 2008, 5 minute excerpt
The young students of PS 27 narrate this poetic short film about their day at the Red Hook Community Farm.

A Day at the Red Hook Community Farm was awarded a Spirit of Red Hook Award at the Red Hook Film Festival.

Adventures in Coffey Park
Directed by Kristin B. Eno
Documentary, color, 2008, 5 minute excerpt
An imaginative day of spontaneous adventure at Coffey Park with the students of PS 27.

Both films funded by NYSCA/Partners for Arts Education and the NYC DOE/PS 27.


Kristin and Sean Eno's short film, Through the Window, premiered at the Yale Center for British Art on Saturday, June 21 at 11am, as part of the 2nd Annual Children's Film Festival at the Center for British Art.  Kristin and Sean were commissioned by the Education Department at the museum to make a short film featuring children's impressions of Louis Kahn's building from vantage points inside and outside, and the art collection within.  They collaborated with first and second grade children from the Foote School in New Haven to create a story of pictures and poems about the world as seen through the lens of Kahn's building.

Coffey Park/Puppets + Planes/Added Value Farm Field Trip Videos: PS 27, June 20, 2008. End-of-year project culmination screening for Pre-K, EK and K-1st grade classes who worked on video stories and picture story book extensions all year. Funded by NYSCA/School Arts Partnership grant.



Coffey Park/Puppets + Planes, collaborative videos and books made with three early childhood classes at PS 27, funded by NYSCA/Partners for Arts Education (SAP Grant) were exhibited in Kids Art at BRIC Rotunda Gallery, curated by Hawley Hussey. May 21 - June 21, 2008. Brooklyn, NY. See images of show.

Touchstone Center workshop: "Trees of Knowing, Birds of Imagining,"hosted by Richard Lewis, held at the East Village Community School, May 14, 2008, New York, NY.

"Seeds of play flower into art for the young child: outdoor video stories as art for pre-school children," National Association for Art Education Annual Convention. Saturday, March 29, 2008, New Orleans, Louisana.

"The Voices of Childhood," New York Coalition for Play. NYC Parks Department Chelsea Recreation Center.  January 18, 2008.



ARK (2004) and the props (dolls and box) and costumes of all eight children in the video were featured in RISUS, a group show at Art Space MCV/NYC in Brooklyn. The show was on view from Dec. 15, 2007 until Jan. 22, 2008.


The Gowanus Critters' Amazing Odyssey: LIVE Until Syndicated!

A Brooklyn Arts Council Arts Education Workshop by Kristin B. Eno of Digital Story Workshop and Theresa Linnihan of the Puppeteer's Cooperative
Culminating Video Screening: 6-10 year-old students play in 6 original videos co-directed and recorded by 11-12 year-old students
Gowanus Houses Community Center
August 28, 2007

"Using digital video to capture children's imaginative adventures and to make teaching and learning more beautiful"
Kristin B. Eno, Digital Story Workshop
5th International Conference on Imagination and Education
July 18 - 21, 2007
Coast Plaza Hotel and Suites, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.


"Very Hungry Caterpillars" Featuring pre-K through 1st grade students telling and acting out stories based on Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Screening followed by a Caterpillar Feast (based on what the Very Hungry Caterpillar ate).
May 30, 2007, Room 131, 1:50 pm.
PS 27, The Agnes Y Humphrey School for Leadership
27 Huntington St., Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY

Mystery Castle with a Lot of Treasures (2006)
1st Annual Children's Film and Video Festival at the NAEA
Curated by George Szekely
National Art Education Association Annual Convention
Hilton Hotel and Towers, NYC
March 16, 2007



Mystery Castle with a Lot of Treasures (2006), funded by Brooklyn Arts Council's Community Arts Regrant
Cypress Hills Community School East New York Beacon Afterschool Program, Public Screening
PS 89/IS 302 Auditorium, 350 Linwood St., Brooklyn, NY
November 15, 2006


Creature Adventures (2006) ...videos and sculptures made by K-2 grade students at PS8 (Spring 2006 DSW residency)
KidsArt!
Rotunda Gallery
May 30 - June 17, 2006
30 Clinton St., Brooklyn, NY

DUENDE: Oaxaca & Brooklyn (2003-5)
3rd Annual MEDIA LITERACY: OVERSEAS CONVERSATIONS SERIES: Screenings for elementary and middle school children
June 8, 10:30am-Noon
The Museum of Television and Radio
25 West 52 Street, New York, NY


Ark (2004) (by Kristin and Sean Eno, in collaboration with eight Brooklyn children)
Brooklyn Arts Council 39th International Film + Video Festival
Brooklyn Museum of Art
14 May 2005, 4:10 pm (within selection of shorts, 2-6pm)
Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY

Cinema Beyond Film and Television
Panel Discussion sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts Council
Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

"The Universal Language: Children’s Play as Seen Through Video"
Video/paper presentation
The Society for the Study of Play (TASP) 29th Annual Meeting
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
February 18-22, 2004

BAM Cinema Slam!
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Sophie in the Trees (by Kristin and Sean Eno)
2003

 

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