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ScreenDance Intensive

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In addition to viewing and discussing a plethora of dance film shorts from around the world, and getting an overview of this now international genre, participants are led through a variety of editing exercises, the preliminaries of getting coverage, examine choreography for camera - what works and what doesn’t, incorporating elements including time, distance, lighting, jump cuts, and much more. Each participant leaves with professionally shot footage of their own creation & direction.

We also examine style vs. substance, narrative vs. conceptual, linear vs. non linear, current & past popular styles of screen dance, the line between “commercial” and “art”,  where to go/ what are existing options with your films in terms of festivals, funding, distribution etc. and much more.  And we discuss what I call “setiquette” for those who have yet to work on a professional set, covering a range of terminologies, logistics and advice.

 

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Workshop- Single Colour Lino Cutting

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Artist and printmaker Sarah Holden will take you on an introductory tour of Lino cutting. We will begin with designing a A5 print and then move on to how to cut and print a single colour image. This workshop is designed to give you the skills to make and create your own print making project at home, or to build the foundations of your wonderful journey into the world of print making.

Sarah will provide all materials needed, you just need to bring some inspiration and an apron!

For a list of my upcoming events please go to my facebook page

 

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Story Studio | Media + Production

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Overview
Story Studio is a new program presented by the Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, in partnership with the Government of Alberta and Alberta Film. Born out of Story Summit, this two-and-a-half-day program addresses new approaches to storytelling, innovating with technology, and developing sustainable, creative production and business models for media content.  

Participants will have the opportunity to connect with experts on the forefront of digital media and learn alongside peers in the industry to strengthen tools and knowledge to advance their careers – all in Banff Centre’s unrivalled mountain setting. 

What does the program offer?
This program offers an immersive experience in learning and inspiration. Participants will have access to keynote presentations, panel discussions, hands-on workshops, tabletop discussions and master classes in pitching, directing, aspects of camera and light, post-production, production design, and acting.  

Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from and engage directly with industry experts from a wide variety of disciplines within digital media arts. Sessions will be led by AMPIA members in collaboration with industry experts and Banff Centre faculty.

Who should apply?
Post-secondary students and entry-level producers, writers, actors, and directors are encouraged to register. Mid-level and senior media professionals looking to gain experience working with new techniques and new technologies are also encouraged to attend. 

Application Deadline: February 13, 2019
Dates: March 09 - March 10, 2019

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Writing Theatrical Encounters with Gabriel Gbadamosi

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Join award-winning playwright Gabriel Gbadamosi for a practical, floor based workshop on how to use narrative as a tool to explore depictions of time and geography in theatre.

Arcola Theatre, Dalston, London

26 January 2019

10am – 5pm, Studio 4

£90  - this price includes a ticket for Gabriel's play 'Stop and Search' at the Arcola Theatre, 26 January, 8pm.

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Intensive Drawing Course in Rome (Italy)

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Intensive Academic Design Course

The course of drawing proposes to make known to the participant the main bases of the academic drawing starting from the design of a simple object up to the complex design of the human figure. The final aim will be to acquire the main methods of the academic design and to realize a final drawing of a female portrait.

FIRST WEEK
1 Knowledge of the materials for the design
Form construction techniques (measurement of proportions, invisible construction lines, graphic techniques of form reproduction, etc.).
Drawing of a sphere
Copy of an ancient drawing (optional)
2 Plastic anatomy of the human body (drawings of the human skull)
3-4 Drawing of a sculpture (head)
5 Sketches of human figure from life (every Friday)
First intermediate exam

SECOND WEEK
1-4 Drawing of a sculpture (head)
5 Human figure sketches (every Friday)
Second intermediate exam

THIRD WEEK

1 Plastic anatomy of the human body (drawings of the human skull with the clavicles)
2-4 Portrait of a female head with shoulders
5 Human figure sketches (every Friday)
Third intermediate exam

FOURTH WEEK
1-5 Portrait of a female head with shoulders
Final exam ⇒ Diploma

COURSE ACCESS

To access the course it is not necessary any specific qualification but an orientation interview with vision of the drawings by the school organizers. It is recommended to be at least 17 years old (prior to interview with parents).

CONVENTIONS

At the moment of registration to the Cultural Association a confirmation e-mail will be sent, which will allow you to take advantage of discounts at the Fine Arts Shops in Roma.

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Composition Studies in the Visual Arts

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Once of the most often asked questions in the two-dimensional arts is “how do I determine the organization of the pictorial surface, how do I arrange all of the

different features of a composition in such a way as to make it visually pleasing. “

This program of study is designed for anyone who would like to more fully understand the techniques and application principles of organizing as successful visual composition.

Rather than being a single focus workshop this is a continuing program of study, course, if you like, that is dedicated to the development of dynamic and meaningful compositions through a process of discussion, critiques, demonstrations and application “assignments.” This program of study is broken up into 5-week sections of 3 hours per class. Between the 5-week sections there would be a two-week break. Beginning with the first five-week section and continuing on each five-week section would build on the information and applications of the preceding five-week section. This structure could be continued as long as “students” were interested.

This program of study is open to anyone who is interested in developing his or her skills as a visual artist. Some experience in the visual arts would be helpful but by no means is a requirement.

 

The cost of the first five weeks is $170.

 

The program will be held at Metaspace, 901 Tomichi Ave,

Gunnison, Colorado 81230

 

The dates are: Feb 3/10/17/24 and March 3. Sunday 1-4

The Second Session will be held at the same location on March 10/17/24/31 and April 7; Sunday 1-4

To make this course goes we will need to have 6 “students” and to maker sure that we can keep this as individual as possible I will not take more than 8 “students.” If you know of anyone who might be interested and would let them know it would be appreciated.

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