An initiative funded by Guilford County

Film Premiere Day from our After School Film Camp

Sat, Jun 1, 2024

Our After School Film Camp proudly invites the community to the premiere of “United 5” at the Cultural Arts Center. This film, produced by our talented young filmmakers, showcases their creativity and teamwork. Join us, TAB Arts Center, on June 1st for an afternoon of cinema that highlights the capabilities of our next generation of creatives.

Why Attend? “United 5” is more than just a film; it's a celebration of young talent and determination. The movie tells the story of five young superheroes who band together to combat the evil Dr. Void. With themes of teamwork and courage, the film provides an inspiring narrative for viewers of all ages. The premiere is a great opportunity for families looking for an enriching, enjoyable, and free activity that supports local youth in the arts.

About the After School Program This After School Film Camp is an extension of our highly successful summer camp programs, which have been nurturing the artistic and cinematic skills of young individuals for over seven years. Due to the overwhelming success and demand of our summer initiatives, we established this after-school program to offer continuous learning opportunities and to keep the creative momentum going throughout the school year.

About TAB's Film Camps TAB Arts Center has long been committed to fostering artistic talents in young people through hands-on experiences in film and theater. Our film camps, both summer and after-school, provide students with the opportunity to work closely with experienced educators and industry professionals. They learn all aspects of filmmaking from scripting and shooting and acting. These programs not only enhance their technical skills but also boost their confidence and ability to collaborate with others.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday, June 1st

Time: 12pm-2pm

Location: Cultural Arts Center, 4th Floor, Room 413, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC 27401

Admission: Free and suitable for all ages.

Light refreshments will be provided, and the atmosphere is set to be one of excitement and creative inspiration. We invite all community members to join us and experience the power of young imagination.

About TAB Arts Center Non-Profit:

Founded by Sunny Gravely-Foushee, a dedicated black female leader, TAB Arts Center Non-Profit stands as a beacon of creativity, inclusivity, and empowerment within the community. Our center provides quality arts education and therapy, fostering a deep appreciation and awareness of the arts. Collaborating with diverse artists, we manifest a spirit of diversity and inclusivity in all our endeavors. We firmly believe in the transcendent power of art, making our center a haven where creativity thrives and empowerment is cultivated through learning, growth, and creation.

A Special Thank You

We extend our heartfelt thanks to the NC Arts Council for their unwavering support of our programs. Their contributions have been vital in bringing this project to fruition and continuing our mission to nurture young talent.