While people, places, faces and spaces come and go as time ticks along, photos can last forever. This month, keen young eyes, and sophisticated shutters will be on the hunt to capture Rossland’s heritage in photo form for the first annual Youth Photo Contest as part of the Rossland Heritage Celebration.
Each year KAST provides a $250 scholarship to graduating students in School Districts 8, 10, 20, and 51 who have demonstrated a passion for science and/or technology through a combination of academic achievement, participation, and leadership. KAST is very proud of our region’s talented tech and science students, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors!
This fall, KAST is teaming up with the Rossland Council for Arts & Culture (RCAC) and municipal recreation departments in Rossland, Trail, Castlegar, as well as Crawford Bay Community School, to host digital film-making workshops for youth ages 13-18.
Have you got a scene stealing kid in the house? Are you a young aspiring actor? Mike and Alicia Gray have recently launched the Scene Studio in Rossland offer classes and workshops in:Scene Study,Audition Techniquesand Acting for Film and Television for both adults and kids.
(Columbia Basin) - Youth from across the Basin met at CBT’s Youth Action Summit in Kimberley on May 3 to 6, 2012, to get inspired, educated and empowered to create action events in their own communities. The result is CONNECT: Youth Action Month, which will see 18 youth-inspired and -created Action Events happening right now across the Basin.