- The two-year technical college program will provide for the training of the skilled studio jobs. By working with Albany Technical College and two other technical college programs located within a 60-mile radius, certified specialty craft courses will fulfill the workforce need.
- Additionally, some productions are given access to free or deeply discounted sound stages and production equipment.
- Student and talent recruitment will begin early with programs geared towards the middle school level. In an effort to eliminate the gender gap that has blighted the entertainment industry for generations, Kane Studio will provide a first-of-its-kind middle school “Girls Camp.” The camp’s mission is to fuse studio projection techniques with STEM academic disciplines to ignite the excitement and power of show business in the minds of young women.
- At the high school level, Kane will support the Arts/AV Technology and Film pathway offered at the Dougherty County College and Career Academy. Known as the 4C Academy, the program serves four school districts helping Kane ensure its regional reach to young people in the southwest Georgia area. This program will be articulated into the college curricula serving the studio.
- In partnership with the state of Georgia and certified by the Georgia Film Academy, our “School of Cinematic Arts” will offer courses and hands-on training to students on both academic and technical tracks. The “School of Cinematic Arts” will not only create a steady stream of highly skilled, local crew but will also make a positive, generational impact on the people within surrounding communities.