BAYCAT Youth Creates Music Video at The Art Institute of California – San Francisco
May 19, 2015
(San Francisco, May 2015) Over the Winter break, youth from Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts (BAYCAT), a non-profit social organization that educates youth and adults in the digital media arts, recorded a song and shot a music video in the Audio Production studio at The Art Institute of California – San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University. Ian Sharp, a student in Audio Production Bachelor of Science Program and Edgar Garcia, 2014 graduate in Digital Filmmaking & Video Production Bachelor of Science Program assisted in the making of the music video.
BAYCAT, located in San Francisco, helps young people realize their power via creativity and media and inspires students to stay in school.
The project was special to the many media interns and employees at The Art Institute of California – San Francisco.
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