PGH in 360
Empowering Pittsburgh teens to create 360-degree videos about issues that matter.
PGH in 360: Youth Perspectives partners with community organizations to teach teens to produce 360-degree videos about issues that matter to them.
Immersive media is a powerful tool for seeing the world from another’s perspective. The future belongs to young people, but their voices are rarely included in discussions of civic life. PGH in 360 empowers teens to make 360-degree videos that provide their perspectives on life in Pittsburgh, on their neighborhoods, and on issues that matter to them.
A pilot for the program was conducted at 1Hood Media in March 2018, and the next workshops will run at The Lighthouse Project in June 2018.
By Karen Alexander, PGH in 360 Director It’s been a long time since the last PGH in 360 blog post, and so much has happened since then. This is the first of a few posts to catch you up on events over the year. Among other developments, 2 new videos were produced by...read more
We are thrilled to announce that PGH in 360: Youth Perspectives has been awarded a Launch Culture grant from New Sun Rising. The grant will fund PGH in 360 workshops at The Lighthouse Project at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA in June 2018. The Lighthouse Project is a...read more