Youth Media

Recent Youth Media projects

MIMA Music – Let Us Rise (Anti-bullying song) from Things Are Changing Productions on Vimeo.

You will be amazed by the anti-bullying anthem created by MIMA Music students at PS186Q (The Castlewood School) in Bellerose, Queens, which they will perform for the whole student body in May!

Huge thanks to our inspiring students, our generous sponsors The ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund, MIMA TAs Phoebe Lichty and Frank Perowsky, and to the extraordinary efforts of Castlewood’s Adam Zwang and Michele Rowe. Video produced and edited by Things Are Changing Productions (Katy Walker-Mejia)

GLTT Music Video (Youth Media) from Things Are Changing Productions on Vimeo.

Great Loving Time Together written by Restart junior high students in Brownsville, Brooklyn during a 10 week Mima Music workshop. Featuring Marquis, Lorenzo, Diante and Marcos. Teaching artists Katy Walker-Mejia and Josephine Cho. Edited by Katy Walker-Mejia.

makers and Reel Works Teen Filmmaking created an all girls editing workshop in the summer of 2016. As lead instructor, Katy guided six talented young women through the process of editing short form interviews highlighting inspiring women changemakers. They learned how to use Adobe Premiere and After Effects as well as how to edit from transcripts in order to create paper cuts. Some students even created original music using Garageband!  Those that finished their videos early learned out to create a logo sting for their production company.

Watch the interview with activist, Salamisha Tillet.

Juventud Proyecto Artes Mediáticas con Aetlier Favela en Nicaragua from Things Are Changing Productions on Vimeo.

Vídeo, fotos, música y arte por la juventud de Aetlier Favela en Ticuantepe, Nicaragua
“Sin Fronteras” y “Pachamama” por Phillip Moltaban & Los Nativos

Published by Katy Walker Mejia

Artivist & Educator

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