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We have teamed up with an international youth plan for creating short videos about personal issues that directly relate to the local reality of the participants. This plan involves an intense workshop where participants are taught new tools in photography and cinematography; they are taught to film, direct and edit short one-minute movies. As a result, the international organization that is the One MInutes Jr.s enables participants to be a part of an expanding community, to see how teens live in different parts of the world - and it provides a platform for the best of these to exhibit their work in an international exhibition in Amsterdam. The first “One Minute” workshop was conducted in the Digital Art Lab in 2007 and was a huge success, and we are currently planning five more. The Digital Art Lab has trained three instructors to teach these workshops. The movies made in the first workshop have been nominated for the annual One Minutes Project competition in Europe.

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The first One Minutes Jr. workshop in Israel was held during October 2007, at the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon. The workshop instructors were Amir Borenstein and Effi Weiss (Effi & Amir), an artist duo working together since 1998 and currently living in Brussels. They have run workshops for the One Minutes community across Europe, and trained the Israeli crew (Yossi Atia and Noa Gross), which ran the following workshop in Israel. The participants of the first workshop were high-schoolers from Holon. Their work can be viewed on the One Minutes Jr. website and in the Digital Art Lab’s Video Archive. Watch the films  at www.theoneminutesjr.org and download them to your cellphone.

The second One Minutes Jr. workshop run by the Israeli Center for Digital Art was held in February 2008, at Mikveh Israel, an agricultural boarding school founded in 1870, for a mixed group of teenagers from different parts of Holon. Today Mikve Israel’s majority of boarding students come from families newly immigrated to Israel, often working to overcome the challenges of adapting to a new climate. The twelve participants of the workshop came from ranging ethnic backgrounds, socio-economic standings, and learning abilities and disabilities. 

Some young video makers, who took part in the previous 2007 workshop run by the Digital Art Lab joined the workshop as veterans and were instrumental as role models and actors for the new video makers’ works.


Third Workshop was held in Ahava youth village in Qiryat Bialik in July 2008. Qiryat Bialik is a small city in the Haifa district of Israel. Ahava institute is a boarding school that treats children and teenagers at risk that are sent by the wellfare office due to socio-economic problems and parental abuse.

The fourth One Minutes Jr. workshop run by the Israeli Center for Digital Art was held in Yaffo in October, 2008, at Sadaka-Reut. Sadaka-Reut was founded in 1983 by a group of Jewish and Arab students sharing the vision a better future for these two communities. Sadaka-Reut works for social and political change in Israel, promoting alternatives to the status-quo emphasizing life in a bi-national, multicultural, egalitarian society based on social justice and solidarity. The organization focuses on political education aiming to challenge and change the existing narratives and discourse concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict while encouraging joint activism initiatives by youths and teens.

One Minute #5 took place on March 2009 in Hadasa-Neurim youth village. It is a school that offers a place for those who didn't fit in in the regular education system, and as such it applies unique educational approach.

One Minutes #6 was held in ’Ahava’ youth village in Qiryat Bialik in July 2009. This is the second workshop in this youth village. Ahava institute is a boarding school that treats children and teenagers at risk that are sent by the wellfare office due to socio-economic problems and parental abuse. tutors: Yossi Atia, Elad Larom & Noa Raanan 

One Minutes #7 was held in Hebron in cooperation with HEB2. The workshop took place on March 2010 in Tel Rumeida with the participation of local teenagers. Several parts of the workshop were broadcasted live by the community television of HEB2. The workshop (consisting of male participants only) was facilitated by Effi & Amir (Effi Weiss and Amir Borenstein). During the workshop two local artists (Michael Zupraner and Nurit Sharett) were trained towards having a second workshop in that summer (for the female participants). The workshop made possible thanks to the generous support of Vivian Ostrovsky Fund.

One Minutes #8 was also in Hebron with the cooperation of HEB2. This time it was for the female participants. The instructors were Amir Borenstein, Nurit Sharett and Michael Zupraner, the workshop took place on July 2010.

One Minutes #9 took place in January 2011 in Jessy Cohen neighborhood, as part of the Jessy Cohen Project, initiated by The Israeli Center for Digital Art. The participants were teenagers from the neighborhood and it was held at the Center’s branch in Jessy Cohen, which is in the neighborhood’s commercial center. The workshop tutors were Yossi Atia and Elad Larom. The workshop ended with a screening of the works in Lazaros Community Center.

Workshop no. 10 took place between August 4th to 8th 2013. The workshop was held at the Center for Digital Art, Jessy Cohen, and its participants were teenagers from Holon.
That workshop was part of the American independent film Festival States of Minds, supported by the USA Embassy Tel Aviv. 
Instructors: Michael Zupraner and Elad Larom.
  

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One Minutes Jr.

We have teamed up with an international youth plan for creating short videos about personal issues that directly relate to the local reality of the participants. This plan involves an intense workshop where participants are taught new tools in photography and cinematography; they are taught to film, direct and edit short one-minute movies. As a result, the international organization that is the One MInutes Jr.s enables participants to be a part of an expanding community, to see how teens live in different parts of the world - and it provides a platform for the best of these to exhibit their work in an international exhibition in Amsterdam. The first “One Minute” workshop was conducted in the Digital Art Lab in 2007 and was a huge success, and we are currently planning five more. The Digital Art Lab has trained three instructors to teach these workshops. The movies made in the first workshop have been nominated for the annual One Minutes Project competition in Europe.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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