When:
April 21, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
2018-04-21T09:00:00-07:00
2018-04-21T13:00:00-07:00
Where:
Coconino Center for the Arts
Cost:
$20-25

The Arts Council is pleased to present the  Video Production workshop, as part of the ArtBox InstituteIn this half-day workshop, local videographer, Nick Geib, will demonstrate to students the dynamics of shooting and editing video footage and will present the importance of using video to promote artists and their artwork.

This course will cover the basics of filmmaking to improve self-produced work and to know what to ask for when hiring a videographer. The focus will be on maximizing production value with limited equipment and budget. We will go over the fundamentals of cinematography (framing, composition, lighting, movement), editing (storytelling, music selection, transitions, text) and audio (recording and mixing sound). There will be a hands-on component where we look at different setups and compare the outcomes as well as a lecture and discussion with relevant examples.

Nicholas Geib is a Flagstaff based Filmmaker working as Firewatch Films to tell the stories of the Southwest. He previously ran 4FlagTV where he produced hundreds of short videos about Northern Arizona, worked for five years in Los Angeles on big-budget advertisements and has a BFA in film production from the University of Arizona.

The workshop is intended for artists, staff, Board, and volunteers from non-profit and for profit organizations in any sector. Pricing is $20 for Arts Council Members / $25 General, please register in advance to secure your spot.

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This workshop is part of the ArtBox Institute. We’ve redesigned ArtBox to serve artists and professionals in the arts, culture and sciences sectors.

ArtBox will host monthly sessions through June 2018. The program will include a series of stand-alone workshops for artists and creative professionals. You can attend a single event, the whole series, or pick and choose any number topics you want to learn.

ArtBox is a business training and professional development program for creatives, arts administrators and artists of any medium, any age, at any stage of a career. ArtBox is designed to provide tools and resources to navigate the business challenges of the contemporary marketplace. The curriculum is calibrated to provide a professional foundation built on acquiring practical skills for the marketplace, increasing confidence and actively participating in a community.

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ArtBox 2017-18 is generously supported by: