TTIS X FilmPEI
Where: FilmPEI (57 Watts Ave, Charlottetown, PE)
When: Nov. 13 (full day course – 11am – 4pm)
Cost: $50 + HST for FilmPEI & this town is small members (PWYC)* – $100 for non-members
Alexandra O’Sullivan will be running a full-day workshop in FilmPEI’s studio space to teach people how to use chroma key (green screen) in their film and media art projects. The workshop will focus on experimenting with unconventional chroma keying techniques in order to showcase how it’s used, as well as to encourage experimentation in the medium. Participants will explore the potential of using chroma keying to create illusions, make layered imagery, as well as how to use chroma key in a live context. Participants will be introduced to software and techniques which can be used alongside chroma keying to create interactive media artworks.
This course is open to all skill levels, no prior knowledge is required!
Alexandra O’Sullivan is an interdisciplinary visual artist who works in installation, sculpture, electronics, and video. She recently completed her BFA in Intermedia at Concordia University. Her work has been presented at galleries and festivals including the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Art in the Open, and Lumière Arts festival. She has worked as a freelance creative director and production designer for independent film and video art projects, fashion shoots, music videos, and live music events.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register, or for more details and to discuss membership and payment. Read more on FilmPEI’s website here.
Questions about the workshop can be directed to Alexandra at: email@example.com
*FilmPEI and TTIS members can take advantage of a pay-what-you-wish option.
Just mention this when you register.