Re-making Nosferatu & more creative community projects
ABOUT CROWDSOURCED KENOSHA
Crowdsourced Kenosha is a creative community project of the Kenosha Public Library and Kenosha Community Media, Inc.. It's built on a model from Northampton Community Television (NCTV), and its primary objective is to engage the public to re-make a famous film, the 1921 horror classic, Nosferatu. The public serves as producer, director, camera operator, talent, costume and set designer, and in other roles,
Crowdsourced Kenosha is a free,inclusive venture. Kids, teens, and grownups may participate. No experience required. You don't even need to be human. Puppets and animated Legos may join in the fun. Participants may work by themselves, using their own cameras and other equipment, or they may join Crowdsourced Camp, a free training and production experience, taking place from June 16 through August 31, 2018.
READY TO SINK YOUR TEETH INTO CROWDSOURCED KENOSHA?
Be a part of this public art project, whether you have one hour or an entire summer to immerse yourself.