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Video Production Intro for Artists and Filmmakers

With Noel Bégin

In this session covering the key practical and technical aspects of using EMMEDIA’s cameras expressively, participants will configure a camera, adjust its settings, and record some footage. Various cameras and lenses will be discussed, as well as tripods and stabilizers, Planning a shoot and lighting will be briefly touched on, as well as different approaches to camerawork that suit visual artists and those interested in cinema type work.

Noel Bégin is a practical observationalist within the field of contemporary art, working spatially between the modes of sculpture, digital and analogue projection, cinema, sound, drawing and performance. Noel has provided photography/cinematography, and/or projection design to artists Jin-me Yoon, Gary Burns, Kimberley Cooper, Nicole Kelly Westman and Mark Clintberg, among others. Noel is currently making a series of eight short dance films with Kimberley Cooper, and has exhibited and/or curated installation, performance and media art with the 2013 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, Particle + Wave Festival, Art Gallery of Calgary, the Glenbow Museum, Banff Centre, the Mountain Standard Time Performance Festival, the ArtCity Festival and Calgary area artist-run centres including EMMEDIA.

He was proud to receive AMAAS’s Spirit of Helen award in 2017, and has served on the board and committees of numerous artist-run centres in Calgary.

Date: Saturday, November 5, 2022
Time: 2:30 – 5:30pm MT

All tickets are pay what you can.

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November 5, 2022, 2:30 - 5:30pm