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Guerrilla Video Art with Alvaro Collar [Sep 2013]

Date(s) - 21/09/2013 - 28/09/2013
11:30 am - 5:30 pm

White Room

guerrilla-video-artGuerrilla Video Art is a practical course on video art. Suitable for anyone interested in the process of video making, including beginners, and for those who want to learn how to develop their own video pieces from scratch on a low budget.

Course content includes how to face both creative and technical issues. Students will also learn about different trends in video art, their critical context and the main artists working on video, encouraging a thoughtful critical review of the most representative video art pieces. Students should bring their own equipment for recording video (digital video camera, digital SRL camera or mobile phone) and for editing (laptop). Suitable for all abilities.

Costs: £30

Two Saturdays

Times: 11:30am -5:30pm

Dates: 21st and 28th September 2013

Room: White Room

Maximum 10

Álvaro Collar

Álvaro Collar received his BA in Media Studies from Complutense University of Madrid. A successful video artist, he is the creator of pieces such as Myriad (2011) which won the Movilfest Best Movie Award, Onirica (2008) and The Fifth Room (2005) which won the Minute Movie Cup and were selected to represent Spain at the UNICA World Minute Movie Cup 2009 and 2006 or Centrifuge (2007) which won the First MovilFilmFest Best Original Idea prize. He has been teaching on video art in British and Spanish art institutions film schools and art galleries. 


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