Be­come A TV Pro­ducer At ‘Olelo’s Area Stu­dios

MidWeek Islander (Windward Oahu) - - Windward Oahu Islander -

Area res­i­dents may take an eight-week TV pro­duc­tion class right in their own back­yard, start­ing April 4 at the Kahuku Com­mu­nity Me­dia Cen­ter at Kahuku High School.

The course will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. Tues­days through Thurs­days in Room Z-3, plus ad­di­tional edit­ing and shoot­ing time.

The goal is to pre­pare those who want to pro­duce orig­i­nal, non-com­mer­cial tele­vi­sion pro­grams for ca­ble­cast on ‘Olelo Com­mu­nity Tele­vi­sion chan­nels. No me­dia ex­pe­ri­ence is re­quired. Top­ics in­clude Pro­ducer, Cam­era and Final Cut Pro edit­ing. Fee is $150, but it’s free to cur­rent Kahuku High stu­dents.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call Don Sand at 428-1572.

A sim­i­lar course be­gins April 24 at the Wahi­awa Com­mu­nity Me­dia Cen­ter at Leile­hua High School. For de­tails on that one, call An­gela Breene at 6219727 or 392-6942. Breene is man­ager of the Wahi­awa and North Shore me­dia cen­ters.

Also, the Wind­ward Com­mu­nity Me­dia Cen­ter, lo­cated at King In­ter­me­di­ate School, plans to of­fer the TV pro­duc­tion course be­gin­ning May 1. Call Donna Yuen at 236-1463 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Huakailani School stu­dents Amelie Av­ina (left) and Lily Ed­wards add let­tuce har­vested from the school’s ur­ban gar­den — in the park­ing lot — to the salad they’re mak­ing for class­mates. Even­tu­ally, any food waste will go into the Bokashi bin, be turned into com­post and then go back into the ground to nour­ish more let­tuce. Photo from Kaori Brown.

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