Advanced Video Critique and Creation
Designed for performer-creators and video art makers, this advanced class offers an opportunity for in-depth, focused making and critique with fellow artists. Through in-class exercises, participants explore collaborative tactics while tackling a full range of formal, technical, and conceptual issues involved in video production. Participants will view a weekly series of curated video art works–including rarities and groundbreaking contemporary examples made by artists from across the globe–as we dig deep into the history and politics of performance. This workshop is led by Pig Iron School faculty member Jonathan VanDyke.
WHO IS IT FOR:
This workshop is ideal for anyone looking to workshop a video in progress, push into new territory, or make deep connections with like-minded artists.
Performance for Video or permission from instructor.
Wednesday, April 7: 6:30-9:30 pm
Wednesday, April 14: 6:30-9:30 pm
Wednesday, April 21: 6:30-9:30 pm
Wednesday, April 28: 6:30-9:30 pm
Note: All times are listed in US Eastern Daylight Time.
(Note: this workshop is not eligible for discounts.)