|Tutor||Dian Joy, Lynn Dennison|
|Course Dates||Thursdays: 11th January to 21st March 2024|
|Times||10:30AM - 4:30PM|
|Experience Level||Ages 18+, All Levels|
This course is part of our Elective Skills Workshop series. You will be studying alongside students from our pre-degree and degree programmes.
This course will enable you to become more familiar with moving image and audio-visual media, its production and presentation. Through the study of contemporary and historical practitioners of video art and the creation of your own work, you will be encouraged to consider how contemporary visual culture and our familiarity with the “screen” could affect the content and presentation of a video and in turn the experience of the viewer.
A series of practical workshops will introduce you to using a camera and post-production software. In the latter weeks of the course you will apply the skills acquired to develop a personal project under guidance from the tutors.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Analyse the work of others, applying findings to their own work
- Explain how cinematic devices can influence an audience’s perception
- Create, film, record and source a variety of audio-visual media
- Apply various video editing techniques in Premiere Pro
- Gain an understanding of contemporary animation techniques
- Use presentation equipment such as projectors, media players and sound equipment
- Plan and complete a self-initiated personal project
Image / Dian Joy