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An Acting without the Drama class by Ben Hopkin called Acting for Film will be starting March 15th. The class will meet Thursdays (starting March 15th) from 7-10pm. It will focus on acting for the camera, with a specific approach to acting. If you’ve never taken a class from Ben Hopkin before, he usually recommends that you take the Three C’s of Acting class before this one.
For those interested, the classes will meet at 381 East, 230 South. It’s a house, and we’ll be meeting in the studio space above the garage. There will be signs, but you will enter through the gate on the right side of the house, then take the stairs up to the studio.
To sign up, please go here and fill out the form. In order to secure your place in the class, you’ll need to pay at least the $35 non-refundable deposit. Links are below for each class. Full payment is $175. The non-refundable deposit is $35. If you make a deposit, the remainder of the payment ($140) will be due on or before the first day of class. That final payment can be made in cash, check, or credit card.
To sign up, please go here and fill out the form. Once that’s done, the payment links are below. Full payment is $175 for the 6 week course. The non-refundable deposit is $35. If you make a deposit, the remainder of the payment ($140) will be due on or before the first day of class.
Acting for Film full amount–go here.
Acting for Film deposit–go here.
Acting for Film balance–go here (only use this option if you’ve paid the deposit and need to pay the remainder)
Once you sign up, make sure you find and prepare a one-minute monologue (have it memorized and ready to perform for when the class starts). That will be the first thing we’ll be working on. If you’ve never looked for a monologue, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for tips and places you can start looking.
Applications are now being accepted for Tectonic Theater Project’s: Moment Work Teacher Training Intensive. Learn the technique used to create such works as The Laramie Project, Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and 33 Variations.
This training for college professors and high school teachers is designed to impart the method and pedagogy of Moment Work, Tectonic’s groundbreaking method for devising theater. Participants will use the elements of the stage to create strong theatrical narratives, and learn our tried and true teaching philosophy and practice from one of our Master Teachers.
Upon successful completion of the program, candidates receive a diploma of Teacher Training completion from the Moment Work Institute, led by Laurie Lathem, under the Artistic Direction of Moisés Kaufman.
Space in this workshop is extremely limited and is expected to fill quickly.
Dates and Location:
June 18-22, 10am-6pm
Location: NYC midtown
Applications can be found here. Acceptance is on a rolling basis, and early application is encouraged. Final deadline March 15th.
The University of New Orleans Writing Workshops Abroad invites undergraduate and graduate students from around the world to apply for a summer of scholarship and cultural activities in Cork, Ireland. Courses are available in Theatre and Film, with additional options in Creative Writing, Literature, and Education. For more information about applications, funding, and available courses, see flyer below and click here.
BYU will be producing Anne of Green Gables this spring and we need your talent! The show runs from May 31 to June 16. Come audition in the HFAC on either February 1 from 4-6PM in room D-341 or February 2 from 7-10PM in room A-230. Callbacks will be February 5 from 5-7PM. More information concerning audition requirements and sign-ups will be announced at later date.
The Faith and Works Lecture will be on THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2017 at 11:00 AM in the Madsen Recital Hall.
Professor Collin Bradford will present a College of Fine Arts and Communications Faith and Works Lecture on Thursday, November 2 at 11:00 am in the Madsen Recital Hall. The lecture entitled FINDING GRACE AND DIVINITY IN DIFFICULT AND UGLY ART will focus on why Mormons especially have a lot to gain in looking at difficult, and sometimes ugly, contemporary art. We invite all faculty and staff to attend and ask faculty to make personal invitations to students in their classes who they believe will benefit from the lecture.
The College of Fine Arts and Communications Faith and Works lectures are presented by faculty from Art, Communications, Dance, Design, Music, and Theatre and Media Arts. The lecture/demonstrations focus on the ways that a faculty member’s faith and creative work or intellectual pursuits intersect and inform each other. Our primary audience is made up of College of Fine Arts and Communications students and faculty, however, others who are interested are welcome to attend.
– Amy Jensen
Professor of Theatre and Media Arts
College of Fine Arts and Communications | A-501 HFAC
Brigham Young University | Provo, UT 84602-6302 | (801) 422-1886
We are excited to announce the dates of our upcoming Information Sessions for the 2018-2019 academic year. These sessions are a great way to learn more about our Programs and to meet faculty, staff and current students.
Our Fall 2018 applications will be available online on Monday, October 2, 2017 at https://apply.arts.columbia.edu/apply.
This month’s issue of AcademicKeys’ e-Flier for Fine Arts features 38 faculty openings, 8 senior administrative positions, and 3 post-doc opportunities and links to hundreds more positions in higher education.
This AcademicKeys e-Flier contains higher education positions in:
– Fine Arts – General
– Art History
– Art – Ceramics
– Art – Painting/Drawing
– and other related areas
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