One Minutes Video Workshop by NEVERNEVERLAND

March 13, 2020

Video workshop on Aruba, organised by Ateliers ’89 and supported by Mondriaan Fund, Unoca and NEVERNEVERLAND.
Workshop Set-Up HOW – WHEN –WHAT????

YES WE ARE BACK with another amazing NEVERNEVER 1MIN videoworkshop! 9TH OF MARCH – 2ND OF APRIL 2020 19:00-21:30
How to Tell your own story using video? Do you finally want to make your own video clip? How does a camera works? Or do you want to know more about editing? In the beginning of each of the four workshop weeks we will start with a short introduction of a certain filming – technique; animation / stop motion, short story, documentary.
Each Monday we start off with a short theory lesson about the topic of the week, following by brainstorming sessions and first drafts of the scripts and storyboards.

YOU NEVER MADE A VIDEO????
We, the artist/trainers, will help YOU with the process of making and creating and will advice on optimal ways to realize the idea’s visually. We will also assist during the filming process and the editing. At the end of each week every participant will have a finished (or almost) finished video work.
During the last week of the workshop we will focus on finalizing t

he videos and preparing an exhibition/ screening with the group.

About Diantus
Dianthus is a gender fluid multi media artist in the broadest sense.

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