Worcester Week Activities Nov 2015

Monday 16th November

Drama & Performance, Screenwriting, Film Production, Film Studies & Animation Activities.

Drama & Performance; Film Production Shooting a Film Day (led by John Bradburn)

Free Email: j.bradburn@worc.ac.uk

Shoot a film in one intensive day!

Open to all Drama and Film Production students.

Workshop
08:00-23:00 (yes that’s right!)
Digital Arts Centre

Film Studio

 

Drama & Performance Mask Making Workshop (led Mollie Guilfoyle)

A two-day workshop to introduce mask making skills, where you will design and make your own mask.

Open to Drama and Performance students on the Mask Acting module

Free Email: a.reeves@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
10:00-16:00
EEG 120

 

Drama & Performance; Animation Voice Acting and Animation Workshop (led by Lee Farley)

Lee Farley will lead students from both disciplines through techniques exploring issues of the essence of character and how this can be embodied physically and vocally to bring to life an animated character.

Open to all Drama &Performance and Animation students.

Free Email: a.reeves@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
10:00-16:00
EEG 100

Dance Studio

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 17

Drama & Performance Mask Making Workshop (led by Mollie Guilfoyle)

A two-day workshop to introduce mask making skills, when you will design and make your own mask.

Open to Drama and Performance students on the Mask Acting module

Free Email: a.reeves@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
10:00-16:00
EEG 120

 

Drama & Performance; Creative & Professional Writing; Screenwriting; Film Production. Verbatim Theatre workshop (with professional theatre company, The Gramophones).

The workshop will explore collecting stories from people’s real life experiences and working with them in performance.

Open to Drama, Creative & Professional Writing, and Screenwriting students. Maximum number: 30.

Free Email: j.george@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
14:00-16:00
EEG 100

Dance Studio

 

Art; Animation; Creative Digital Media; Fine Art; Graphic Design & Multimedia; Illustration PiLOT: readings/performances/installations (led by Richard Allen)
PiLOT is an open platform for the presentation  of new performance, installation and film work from the students of the Institute of Humanities & Creative Arts. Its aims are to create a supportive and diverse space for experimentation across all levels and disciplines, for testing out ideas and starting new collaborations. A visiting artist will be invited to participate and present work as part of the programme. The Tuesday evening event is followed by an artists’ breakfast on Wednesday morning.Free Email: r.allen@worc.ac.uk
Event
16:00-18:00
The Garage Studios

 

Interdisciplinary The Gramophones Theatre Company – Live Performance of Wanderlust

 

The production explores real stories in rural areas and their roots in oral histories.

Open To All

Free Email: j.george@aworc.ac.uk

Performance
19:00-20:30
EEG 101

Drama Studio

Wednesday 18

Art; Animation; Creative Digital Media; Fine Art; Graphic Design & Multimedia; Illustration Trip to London (led by Tobias Hickey)
The trip will give Art and Design students the opportunity to visit galleries, museums and artist studios specific to their subject area as well as experiencing vital contemporary and historical visual cultures to underpin contextual and research activities.Free – book now. Limited places Email: john.powell@worc.ac.uk
Trip
09:00-17:00
Student Union bus stop
Art; Animation; Creative Digital Media; Fine Art; Graphic Design & Multimedia; Illustration PiLOT Artists’ Breakfast (led by Richard Allen)
Following Wednesday’s PiLOT event, this artists’ breakfast provides an opportunity for Tuesday’s participants to discuss their work, disciplines, ideas and collaborations with others.Free Email: r.allen@worc.ac.uk
Event
10:30-12:30
The Garage Studios

 

Film Studies; Drama; Film Production; Screenwriting, Animation Cinematic Make-up Event – Worcester Week of the Living Dead (co-ordinated by Paul Elliott)

This is an opportunity to attend a workshop by renowned film make-up artist Jo Davis and then to see George A. Romero’s cult classic Night of the Living Dead. Learn how to design and apply horror make-up. Make-up is an under studied area of film and yet is crucially important to our understanding of character and the creation of tension. This is a rare opportunity to ask questions of a practicing film make-up artist.

You can also explore “zombie” movement with Daniel Somerville and then (optional!) Zombie walk to the screening room to see how these ideas have been used in ground-breaking cinema.

Free Email: p.elliott@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
15.00-17:00 EEG100
Night of the Living Dead Screening

18.00 EE11026

 

 

Friday 20

Screenwriting; Digital Film Production ; Film Studies, Animation; Drama. Media Training Day (co-ordinated by Sarah Evans)

An amazing opportunity to attend a media training day – a series of short workshops provided by industry professionals who can give students a taste of an actual working production day that links taught courses with future employability. The days are interactive, feature lots of clips and the students get a chance to pitch at the end if it is one of the topics that they have chosen. Each student will also receive feedback after the event. Sample workshops include: The Production Office; Commissioning; Negotiating; My Professional Online Profile; My CV; Pitching and Using Social Media; Networking and Career Development.

Open to all years, with priority given to third year students.

Free Email: s.evans@worc.ac.uk

Workshop
09:00-18:00
EE 1102

 

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