Only $23,966 For Digital Photography Camp For Children, Ages 6 – 17 Where Creativity in Learning, Equals Fun and The Best Way to Summer! (August 12, 2019 – August 23, 2019)
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This Summer Camp is a Great Chance For Your Budding Photographer and Environmentalist
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Camp starts August 12, 2019 to August 23, 2019
View My World Photography Camp is Jamaica’s only summer camp for children 6-17 years old, focused primarily on Photography as an advocacy tool for healthy environmental practices.
Only $23,966 for your child to learn the ins and outs of professional photography, while attending View My World Photography Camp
Students will be served breakfast and lunch daily, have access to all professional equipment, including cameras, all excursions and final day Art Exhibition and Awards Showcase for family and friends (ATL-Audi Showroom), souvenirs, amazing prizes and surprises, including computer tablets!
Classes are Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, with two hours (2:00 pm to 4:00 pm) of complimentary aftercare, by Early Childhood and Secondary Education trained specialists.
From August 12 – 23, 2019, participants will interact with some of the most creative minds globally, to experience the thrill of professional Photography, Computer Animation, Aerial Photography, 3-D Printing, Film Production, Social Media Safety plus so much more!
CALL IN ADVANCE TO CONFIRM RESERVATIONS
This voucher can only be redeemed between August 12th and August 23rd. May purchase as gifts. Redeem only at View My World Photography Camp located at the University of the West Indies, Mona Faculty of Medical Sciences. Call (876)-569-9765/(876)-358-
Our location at the UWI, Mona (Faculty of Medical Sciences) include:
- Ultra-modern equipment
- Comfortable class rooms
- On-site recreational space
- Secured facility with medical aid and chaperone support
ALL CUSTOMERS SHOULD PROVIDE A VALID ID UPON REDEEMING THEIR COUPON. THE NAME STATED ON THE COUPON SHOULD COINCIDE WITH THE NAME ON THE CUSTOMER’S ID. BRAWTA LIVING RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REQUEST ID FOR SECURITY PURPOSES.
NOTE: Refunds will only be issued as a Brawta credit. Please refer to our terms and conditions for further details.
We maintain a sharp balance between academic engagement and play, ensuring that your child not only has the most fun this summer, but learn valuable professional skills in preparation for a remarkable future.
Consistently, students will make strategic visits throughout the Kingston Metropolitan area, photographing good and bad examples of environmental stewardship, guided by Chaperones, Environmental Advocates and Photographers, to build professional portfolios, position papers and other advocacy projects through art, in pursuit of social reform and policy direction.
Students will also visit Kings House Jamaica for lessons in Afternoon Tea and Etiquette, the Caribbean Maritime University for a tour of its 3-D printing facility and the Official Residence of Her Excellency, the Nigerian High Commissioner to Jamaica, for cultural exchange.
Other activities include Scavenger Hunt, Light Aerobics , Scenery Painting, Jewelry Making, Face Painting, Petting Zoo and Trans-Cultural Storytelling.
ART EXHIBITION & AWARDS GALA
Camp season closes with an exciting art exhibition and awards gala, on Friday 23rd August, 2019 at the ATL-Audi Showroom in Kingston.
The event is open to the public and will be attended by students from both phases of camp, members of the diplomatic corps, industry leaders, civil society, parents and extended family; this year, with keynote address from the World Bank’s Country Manager for Jamaica, Latin America and the Caribbean, Galina Sotirova.
The purpose of this exercise is build national dialogue around youth leadership in environmental protection and technological industries, while celebrating their research and artistic work in an atmosphere of charm and conversation, entertainment and delectable cuisine.
Students will receive numerous prizes and surprises, including computer tablets from Cheetah Toys and More, medals, trophies and certificates in categories such as “Best Advocacy Project”, “Most Creative” and “Most Innovative Camper”, along with an opportunity for their work to be featured with appropriate credits, in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s approved CHEETAH Books for PEP students.