Join us for our pilot workshop on Sunday July 24, 2016 – 2:00 pm. to 4:30 pm.
Over the past year we have been researching and developing an information workbook and workshop to support parents and caregivers of youth 5 to 18 years of age related to screen time. As technology rapidly evolves so does its ever expanding influence on our youth. This workshop is designed to give you current information on the state and impact of our media culture.
Together we will explore many topics including:
• Media usage – from computers to mobile devices
• How kids/teens use media – what are they doing online?
• Understanding the effects of media on the developing mind
• Parental controls – how to set and encourage limits
• and much, much more…
We only have 24 spots available and there is no charge for this pilot event. We are seeking your feedback on our material as we begin to roll this project out.
WHERE: 115 King Street East, 3rd Floor, Hamilton, ON L8N 1A9
SIGN UP HERE: Impact of Media & Youth Workshop
Interested, or need more information? Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (905) 975-0640
Community Centre for Media Arts (CCMA): a non-profit media design house and social enterprise. Since 1998 we have been providing communication and design services while engaging youth potential.
We are dedicated to meeting your communication needs. We provide professional communication and design services for organizations in Southern Ontario. Our community projects, such as MonkeyBiz.ca and Photovoice.ca, are dedicated to engaging youth potential.
CCMA has been assisting organizations with branding, helping them stand out from the crowd. We provide a full range of multimedia services. We meet with you to assess your needs, answer your questions and determine the challenges you are facing. Be heard with CCMA.
CCMA was formed out of an understanding that artists and artists alike play a critical role in the health and well being of communities. We were founded on the belief that engaging artists in the community to take leadership roles is an effective way to address social, cultural and political challenges. This belief has been reinforced by the advent of new media technologies and by our continued success in community and creative programming.