Media education and access to technology are fundamental to becoming active participants in our environment and our community. At AIM, our projects put the power of technology and communication skills to work to create opportunities for youth, adults, elderly, artists, educators, activists, and more to share information and ideas and to help us all better understand the community we share.
For youth, our video after-school clubs and summer Video Production Camp offer basic media production training for elementary and middle school students. The Document Arlington Project provides paid summer internships in documentary production for high school students.
We engage the local arts community through the Rosebud Film and Video Festival, a juried competition that seeks to honor the innovative, experimental, unusual, and deeply personal in creative film and video making.
Take a look around at everything our projects have to offer to you and to the Arlington community!