WELCOME TO MY WORLD: Teen Moms, Arts & Technology "Bridging the Digital-Arts Divide" @ San Francisco's Felton Institute In The Historic Mission District
Welcome To My World (WTMW), a Full Vision Arts Endeavor in partnership with Felton Institute’s Teenage Pregnancy & Parenting Program (TAPP) and Young Family Resource Center (YFRC), is a multi-disciplinary arts pilot program structurally based on our popular Youth Arts Immersion program and our ongoing Creative Gumbo New Media Arts initiative. WTMW engages Transitional Age Youth where they are right now and encourages them to harness the power of the arts to express themselves.Read more
INSPIRING YOUTH TOWARD SUCCESS THROUGH THE ART OF FILMMAKING
Filmmaker and Full Vision’s Producing Artistic Director Tony Spires, celebrates three years as an Artist-In-Residence for the Making Movies That Matter Youth Film Festival. His group of talented, teenage filmmakers took home the Best Overall High School Film Honors and The Grand Prize for Best Film of the Festival for "Papi, Tengo Hambre."Read more
Full Vision Arts Foundation (FVAF) is committed to making a difference in our community by inspiring youth toward success through the arts. For over a decade we have trained young people and adults in theatre, film, music, comedy, spoken word poetry and New Media Arts. We have produced feature films, short films, stage plays, music concerts, full length studio albums, music videos, multi-disciplinary performing arts recitals, arts education forums, workshops and festivals with, for, about and featuring Transitional Age Youth and adults who may not otherwise have had exposure to the arts.
Full Vision’s participation and leadership in multiple aspects of the National Endowment of the Arts Creative Gumbo collaborative project has been well received in Canoga Park and has set the foundation for an emerging arts district. Meaningful engagement of residents and artists continues to make a positive impact in the community of Canoga Park, the Western San Fernando Valley and the collective community from the Bay to LA.
A uniquely immersive, audience-engaging theatre experience, Canoga Park Car Plays are more than a series of one act stage plays. They’re personal stories, life affirming, life altering slices of life, meticulously helmed by professional directors, dramatically depicted by skilled actors as told by emerging, local playwrights.
Full Vision Arts Foundation, a veteran multi-disciplinary performing, film and new media arts organization along with Cal State Northridge's Neighborhood Partners in Action, West Valley Playhouse and other community partners taught playwriting workshops throughout the community of Canoga Park at diverse locations including Alliance for Community Empowerment High School for transitional age youth, The Boys & Girls Club of the West San Fernando Valley, the VFW center, Canoga Park Senior Center and Canoga Park Improvement Association.Read more
THE TALK by James Sweet & Maria Hamady, Directed by Tony Phruishun Spires, featuring Dushawn Moses & Pierre Conley
THE SET UP by EP McKnight, Directed by Tony Phruishun Spires, featuring Hailey Graves & Gregg Christie
BROTHERS BEFORE OTHERS by Bryan Loyola, Directed by Valentine Curiel, featuring Bryan Loyola & Terrace Tillman
DON’T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER by Alex Wiesel, Directed by Jeff Miller, featuring Marissa Brown & Stacey Moseley
HEART TO HEART by Mary Paterson, Directed by Robert Reeves, featuring Jasmine Ibrahem & Mark Young
TWO CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF LUNCH by Ron Clary, Directed by Robert Reeves, featuring Jim Follett & Max Diaz
BROTHERS DIVIDED by Jose Anguiano, Directed by Valentine Curiel, featuring Nathaniel Culpepper & Edison Lobos
IT’S ALL A GAMBLE by Jean O’Sullivan, Directed by Jeff Miller, featuring Alexander Karavay & Ambar Kaiser
CHANGES by Valentine Curiel, Directed by Noel Britton, featuring Jordan Rosas & Leah Glouberman
LEAVING THE FAMILY REUNION by Karina Jimenez, Directed by Noel Britton, featuring Breana Connor & Fatima Said
Principal photography on Full Vision's New Media Arts Academy's first youth-themed feature film, the teen thriller A Hot Night In The Valley, is nearly complete.
Singer/Songwriter, first-time event producer and Vision’s Kids alumni Marla Bradford aka “Marla B,” added yet another accomplishment to her growing professional show biz resume by producing the eclectic and highly entertaining music showcase Open Ears.Read more
Full Vision was honored to participate in LA’s first ever Making Movies That Matter program.
Full Vision's New Media Arts Academy has begun principal photography on their full-length feature film, the teen thriller, "A Hot Night In The Valley."
Oakland native and Vision's Kids alum Tommy Nguyen joins the Los Angeles cast of "A Hot Night In The Valley."
FVAF'S New Media Arts Academy community partner Canoga Park Youth Arts Center, hosted the first table reading for "A Hot Night In the Valley."
Full Vision's Summer Youth Arts Immersion program, our introduction to the performing arts, wrapped up another highly successful season in Canoga Park.