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One Minute/One Day: A Video Workshop for Studio Makers
June 14, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$150.00
One Minute/One Day: A Video Workshop for Studio Makers | Gina Siepel | Fri. June 14, 2019 | 10 am – 4 pm | Presented by The Center for Art in Wood at the University of the Arts | 211 S. Broad Street, Room 1429 Terra, Philadelphia 19107
Cost: $125 Members click HERE | $150 Non-Members click HERE
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*There are a few spaces available. Sign up before Friday, June 7th to secure your spot.
Studio artists and craftspeople have long understood the value of exploring materials, engaging in sustained practice, and putting the objects they make into action in the world. In contemporary times, the medium of video offers an exciting and powerful tool for exploring these and other concepts, in direct conversation with a wide variety of viewers. Intended for studio artists and craftspeople who are unfamiliar with the use of video, the workshop will cover the basics of shooting, editing, and processing video. Students will make and present one-minute long videos over the course of the workshop, and will gain the tools to continue to explore this exciting medium. No experience necessary.
Supplies and Preparation
- students must have access to a video camera or phone that shoots high-quality video
- students have basic mac proficiency
- students should bring an external drive to store their final video, or should be prepared to upload it to storage on the cloud
- students must come to the workshop with at least 1 hour of footage already shot
- preparatory materials will be sent out in advance of the workshop, detailing some tips for shooting good quality footage, and some examples of artistic strategies
Gina Siepel is an interdisciplinary artist based in Greenfield, MA. Her work explores cultural understandings of nature, gender, and American history, through the production of objects, installations, videos, and collaborative experiments. Recent exhibits include the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Vox Populi Gallery, DeCordova Museum, Colby Museum of Art, Marlboro College, and Flux Factory. She has received funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Berkshire Taconic Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, and the Northampton Arts Council. She has been an artist-in-residence at Skowhegan, Sculpture Space, Hewnoaks, Mildred’s Lane, and the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship. Gina holds a BFA in painting from SUNY Purchase, an MFA from the Maine College of Art, and teaches at Mount Holyoke College.
The Center for Art in Wood is a non-profit arts organization located in Philadelphia that nurtures and promotes the innovation of art in wood through collaborative residencies, exhibitions, education, and documentation. The Center also maintains an inspirational collection and a research library to enhance the understanding and appreciation of the art.
All materials are included in the cost of the workshop.
Cancelations of a workshop must be made by email. The Center will offer a full refund if notice is given at least 30 days before the workshop. Refunds will not be given after that date.
The Center for Art in Wood reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to lack of enrolment, severe weather or unforeseen circumstances. Participants will be notified in advance and offered a full refund.
For questions contact Katie Sorenson, Community Engagement Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-923-8000 ext 103.