The now infamous video, "Dirty Bit Video," tells the story of the early days of the Viewfinders. It was created in the Spring of 2011 by the original 8 youth members and adult co-founders.
"Live to Love Life" is an exhibition that is featured in the Johns Hopkins Hospital. In April of 2012, an opening reception was held to celebrate the Viewfinders. This video was created for the event to showcase the wonderful work of the youth. The exhibition is now part of the permenant collection at the hospital and can be seen near the Wolfe Street enterance. Enjoy!
"We Don't Need a Title To Be Leaders" was an exhibition held at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Graduate Studio Center Gallery in the Spring of 2013. This show featured portraits of the youth and other leaders in the community created in the cyanotype style.
The Junior Viewfinders: Future Leaders! In the spring of 2013, young people from Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School teamed up with Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation and the Baltimore United Viewfinders to find creative solutions to community challenges. This is their story!
This stop motion video was one of the first pieces edited by the youth themselves in the Fall of 2011.
In the Spring of 2013, Ms. Jane Cottis, a video professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, taught the Viewfinders how to film, edit, and create their own movies. Here's a preview of what's to come!