A Voice and Nothing More Workshop with Christine Negus
A Voice and Nothing More
Workshop with Christine Negus
This hands-on workshop will function as part creative incubator, writing roundtable, and technical workshop.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
10am – 4pm
355 Clarence Street
LIFT/LOMAA Members and Students: $20.00
Register online at https://www.lomaa.ca/
Registration Deadline: Monday, February 1, 2016
Moving from Negus’ own practice of creative writing and first-person voice-over monologue videos, this workshop will introduce traditional voice-over recording techniques as well as alternative tactics for incorporating voice into independent artist projects. Attendees will then work in small groups to develop narratives and record them using their chosen method. The finalized, edited recording will then be paired with found footage and compiled to create a collaged, exquisite voice-over video corpse. Ultimately, this workshop will focus on how film and video artists (or enthusiasts) can use creative writing and various forms of sound in their own projects.
No materials or experience needed but bring your laptop (if you have one) or a flash drive. BONUS if you have audio/video editing software BUT NOT NECESSARY!
Christine Negus (born London, Canada) is a multidisciplinary artist and writer who received the National Film Board of Canada’s Best Emerging Canadian Video/Filmmaker award through Images Festival in 2008. Negus received her MFA in 2010 from Northwestern University in Chicago, IL and her BFA in 2008 from Western University in London, ON. Some of her notable exhibitions and screenings include: Crossroads, Queer City Cinema, Artists’ Television Access, Dunlop Gallery, AKA artist-run, Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, Media City Film Festival, Art Gallery of York University, Montreal Underground Film Festival, Microscope Gallery, MIX NYC, Dalhousie Art Gallery and Kasseler Dokfest. She has had solo exhibitions at Gallery TPW, gallerywest and Julius Caesar in Chicago, IL. Her work has been reviewed in numerous publications, including Broken Pencil, The Globe and Mail, and Modern Painters.
This workshop is part of LIFT’s Touring Filmmaking Workshops with media arts centres throughout Ontario. The touring program is generously supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF).