13 December 2020 3:00 - 5:00 pm EST
Dance on Camera
Are you planning a video project for your studio? Are your students interested in creating their own digital content? Have you been watching more dance on film and want a better understanding of the medium? If so, join RAD Canada and Dr. David Outevsky for this exciting new webinar!
During this 2-hour session, participants will look at site specific vs. studio shoots, choice of production team, clothing, music, and post-production editing. Participants will also watch several examples of dance films and critically examine the elements discussed in each one. The webinar will conclude with practical advice for dance teachers and goal setting activities for the implementation of the class material in the studio.
The aims of this webinar are to:
- Equip participants with basic knowledge of creating dance for the camera
- Explore several examples of commendable screen dance pieces
- Improve the participant’s comfort of working with videographers and editors
- To be able to incorporate the elements of film-making to their choreography
The learning outcomes of this webinar are:
- Be able to incorporate the understanding of screen dance into their choreography
- Have a greater clarity of how to teach dance for the camera
- Become comfortable working with basic camera shots and angles
- Understand the challenges and benefits of site-specific choreography for the camera
This activity is worth 2 hours of Time-Valued CPD.Book Now
|3:00 - 5:00 pm EST||2 hour||$30: Teaching Members, including those enrolled on the CBTS programme |
$40: Teaching Non-Members
|11 December 2020 12:00am|
Who can attend?
- Teachers, including those enrolled on the CBTS programme.
- Students are also welcome to join.
How to apply
Only those who have purchased tickets via Eventbrite AND have registered through Zoom will be able to access the webinar. Once you have registered for the webinar, you will receive access to the live version as well as the recording which will be sent out post webinar.
Note: All participants must register individually.