AIR and UnionDocs Present:
FULL SPECTRUM STORYTELLING INTENSIVE
Is your skill set stretching to its full dynamic range?
Would a prism of expert experience help your story find its true colors?
Explore our new, Full Spectrum Storytelling intensive:
This audio-first intensive designed by AIR (http://www.airmedia.org) in partnership with UnionDocs (http://www.uniondocs.org) exposes producers to a broad range of creative approaches to storytelling and an expanded set of technical skills. It offers key ideas and sharpened tools for navigating your own path through the 21st century multimedia environment.
Independent producer and lead instructor Amanda Aronczyk heads up a team of accomplished guest speakers — experts drawn from public broadcast journalism, network technology, and media art who will take up to 14 producers on a week-long excursion through storytelling to sound processing to interactive design and more. Hands-on exercises and daily work-in-progress critique will put this new knowledge into practice.
Guest speakers include: Emily Botein, Kat Cizek, Jocelyn Gonzales, Ann Heppermann, John Keefe, Jonathan Mitchell, and Stephen Vitiello.
Visit our site for additional information, including an outline of the class and instructor and guest speaker bios:
Producers will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Space is limited.
<<<$750 – Early Bird Registration. Deposit received by June 1.>>>
<<<$800 – Regular Registration. Deposit received by July 1.>>>
<<<$850 – Late Registration by August 1.>>>
+++Full attendance is mandatory. If you are unable to attend each day of the intensive, please do not apply. Class meets from 10AM – 6PM, Monday through Friday.+++
Questions? Contact AIR's Membership Director Erin Mishkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding for AIR comes from our members and the generous support of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), the Wyncote Foundation, Recovery.gov, and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
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