Working creatively with audio - record, edit, present and share
This is a one day workshop aimed at those people working in the creative sector looking to use audio in creative and challenging ways. The workshop aims to give attendees the knowledge and experience to use recording equipment, editing software, Arduino Wav shields and triggers.
One day workshop in Creative Finance is a one-day workshop specifically designed for creative enterprises.
This interactive workshop will help creative entrepreneurs manage profitability, cash flow and pricing as their business grows.
If your interested in learning how to make a Docmentary then this is for you brought to you by the WEA.
No previous experience necessary. A Hands-on course, looking at documentary styles, and working in a group to make a short documentary.
Course looks at the history and techniques of documentary - making as well as giving you the opportunity to work in a group to produce an original short.
Free CPD Opportunity - Action Learning with Curious Minds
As part of their support offer to organisations using the arts to engage with children and young people, they have a number of free Action Learning sets they're hosting this year. If you've not come across Action Learning before, it's a structured problem solving method which involves a group of peers supporting each other to look at their professional challenges and find solutions. It's a really effective method they've used a lot in the past, more information about it is available on their website - http://www.curiousminds.org.uk/alfcm
Then this course could be up your street starting today!!!!
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If so then this event is for you, on 24th September Pencil Rick productions are hosting a literary themed event in collaboration with the Writers Guild. This grass roots networking event is aimed at providing tips for success and industry insight for new writers and or emerging local creatives. The event would aim to connect such groups with and create awareness of, the Writers Guild and its various membership forms as well as promoting The Lantern Theatre (our venue) as a springboard for writers and new productions.
Writing on the Wall is seeking to appoint a Writer in Residence for two days per week. The contract will run until March 2013 though it may be extended subject to funding. The Writer in Residence will lead on a number of community based creative writing projects, engaging diverse and often ‘hard to reach’ groups and individuals.
Actors needed to participate in workshops in preparation for Williamson Tunnel’s Steampunk show, Dismembered Empire!
“In October the gates between Liverpool as we know it and a parallel Liverpool will open up, so we can witness a significant event in this world play out.
This is a Steampunk style parallel world, where Liverpool has become the centre for world trade and economic power. Certain infamous debate raging between two famous scientists, Tesla and Edison, has reached such significance it is ripping the ‘Empire’ in two. The Williamson Tunnels are a source of both work and power for the Empire's citizens. Strange and dangerous secrets lurk in the Tunnel's depths; those close to the truth must make a choice that will affect the lives of many.”
Experience of devised theatre and improvisation desirable, participants should be comfortable with interacting with an audience.
An opportunity to participate in site specific theatre at a unique historical venue!
IdeasTap are working with Magnum Photos to offer ten young photographers the chance to attend one of Magnum’s Professional Practice seminar’s in Liverpool on 4th and 5th June 2011.
There are some fantastic speakers lined up from the editorial, publishing, commercial & NGO sectors and the event will provide invaluable advice for jobbing photographers from experienced practioners.
Magnum Professional Practice Talk, at the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool. 4-5 June, 2011.
Originated as a response to the changing nature of the photography market, Magnum's Professional Practice events deliver impartial guidance on a wide range of imaging industries.
Liverpool-based artist Alan Dunn is compiling a CD entitled A history of background, exploring the concept and role of background in art, design, music and film. Confirmed contributions include content from Yoko Ono, David Bowie, Brian Eno, Michelangelo Antonioni, Einsturzende Neubauten, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Bo Diddley, Undark, Carol Kaye (session bass player for Beach Boys, Nancy Sinatra, Elvis, Zappa, Monkees and Sonny & Cher), recordings from space, dubstep, Andy Warhol, back benches, wallpaper, Erik Satie, soundtrack excerpts, rockabilly slap bass and original 60's background Muzak.
North West Vision and Media have a number of free tickets for Vision+Media members. Visit thier site and register your interest.
A brand-new one-day conference for entrepreneurs, investors, corporate venturers, government officials and media that showcase the wealth of UK innovation in the creative industries and gets to the heart of the issues affecting entrepreneurs and investors who are shaping the future of the technological innovation.
Hear from serial entrepreneurs and investors & lend your voice to the debate.
Where are the hotspots for enterprise? Is Britain's innovation infrastructure self-sustaining? What can UK entrepreneurs learn from their Silicon Valley counterparts? And what can they give back?
There is no better way of programming your festival than to let others do it for you, in fact I remember Nuffield Theatre in Lancaster won an award for doing just that in 2008. Now Writing on the Wall, Liverpool's outstanding writing festival are doing just the same as they explain below. This is a great idea and at Defnet Media we applaud them