Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive, Dec 16-20, UnionDocs

Awesome storytelling training opportunity in Brooklyn.

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AIR and UnionDocs'
Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive

Brooklyn, NY
December 16 – 20, 2013

 
Our inaugural Full Spectrum Storytelling intensive in August received rave reviews from producers, including this one from Emily Berman, Metro Connection producer, "This week was rejuvenating, inspiring and fun. It blew my expectations out of the water!” 
 
NYC producer Amanda Aronczyk leads a brilliant team of instructors determined to stretch the boundaries of craft and inspire makers pioneering 21st century media. Are you up to the challenge? We're looking for mid-career producers who want to embark on a week-long excursion through storytelling to sound processing to interactive design and more. Only a few spots remain for our December session at UnionDocs in Brooklyn, NY, so hop to it. Hands-on exercises and work-in-progress critique will put this new knowledge into practice. Please note: You must have a moderate to high level of experience in audio editing, i.e., mixed a news feature, or done basic editing via Hindenburg, ProTools, Audacity, or some other editing platform.
 
Sign up for AIR & UnionDocs’ Full Spectrum Storytelling intensive now! For a schedule and a full lineup of special guests – including Ann Heppermann, Jonathan Mitchell, and John Keefe – visit http://www.airmedia.org/PageInfo.php?PageID=782.
 
<<< EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: Cost: $750 | October 15, 2013 >>>
<<< REGULAR DEADLINE: $800 | November 1, 2013 >>>
 
(Photos from top left, clockwise: John Keefe, Janet Cardiff walk, Jonathan Mitchell, Christopher Allen | Photographs by Amanda Aronczyk) 

CLASS OVERVIEW*:
STORIES IN SOUND 101 | An in-depth look at the ways we both listen and hear.
 

CUTTING UP NARRATIVE | There are thousands of ways to tell the same story. Which way to go?
SOUND IN SPACE | Sound can represent and interact with place, architecture and the physical environment. 
BIG DATA | How can you incorporate the latest data into your storytelling on-air and on-line?
FUTURE AUDIO | A foray into interactive design and the narrative potential in networks. 

* Please note:  Class goes from 10 – 5:30pm Monday through Friday and full attendance is mandatory. Please do not sign up if you are unable to attend each day.

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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Phone: 617-825-4400
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