Kore Press Art Auction & Garden Party Kicks off 20 Years of Publishing Women Writers & Educating Girls
Creating The Moving Image: Fundamentals and Beyond
Theory, Principles, Techniques put into use through practical projects and 8 four-hour workshop sessions, using film to tell a story, evoke an emotion, or instill a mood.
A hands-on class of eight sessions from 1:00pm to 5:00pm Saturday afternoons from October 5 – November 23, structured to teach the fundamentals of the most powerful visual medium — the Moving Image — to tell a story, evoke an emotion, or instill a mood.
Each workshop participant will be given at least one viewing assignment each week and will be expected to complete and submit a brief film project each week. These work efforts will be screened and discussed by the assembled participants.
Open to all experience levels from high school juniors and seniors to advanced filmmakers.
Each student must have access to video camera or moving image recording device with capability to transfer recorded images to a DVD for projection. A very basic editing program will also be helpful.
This creative Film-Making Workshop will be conducted by Gene Rudolf, a highly respected motion picture art director/production designer, with forty years professional experience and over thirty feature film credits. Gene’s film credits include Raging Bull, Trading Places, Diner, Against All Odds, Hospital, Marathon Man, and The Great Gatsby.
Poetry submission deadline – Sept.12.
Exciting news: Joy Harjo will judge. Joy is a Poet, Musician, Storyteller, Writer & Artist and member of Mvskoke Nation.
Kore Press is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. To offset the cost of editorial time we charge a non-refundable reading fee of $25. A prize of $1,000 plus book publication by Kore Press is given for a book-length poetry manuscript.
Saturday Sept 7th
Hosted by lesli & boyd
THEE COLLECTION AGENCY Artifacts of Style
222 E 6th Street Tucson AZ www.theecollectionagency.com
TUE – SAT 11-6
“My works on canvas are derived from the abstract expressionist approach to painting and reflect that influence which has lead me to this current body of work.”