Who Are You? Writing the Artist and/or Filmmaker Statement
July 23 and July 30 from 10 AM – 12:30 PM
WORKSHOP CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT… STAY TUNED FOR A FUTURE OFFERING!
Write an artist statement in 250 words or less? Represent my film with a three-minute film clip? Only six images to represent my body of work!!
It’s amazing how many people want to be artists and have no idea what makes them unique. The Artist and/or Filmmaker Statement, Work Samples, Brief Bio, Project Description, are key components when applying for a grant, artist-in-residence, film festival, or presenting your work in a public context. The goal of the workshop is to develop, define and articulate your own “voice” with both words and images.
Emphasis will be on the Artist Statement and Work Samples. And as well, having a good time in the process of thinking, discussing, and writing critically about our work. This hands on workshop will be rewarding professionally and personally for any emerging artist/filmmaker. Class size limited to eight participants.
Your spot is confirmed when tuition is received online via PayPal or with cash/credit card in person during store hours (Saturday and Sunday noon – 5 pm).
Instructor: Susan Mogul.
Artist/Filmmaker, Susan Mogul, has been involved with video since the early 1970s. Initially producing an important series of humorous and staunchly feminist performance videos, her practice quickly expanded to more complicated and experimental forms of narrative, including feature length work. Mogul has been a recipient of numerous grants and commissions including a Guggenheim Fellowship, ITVS commission, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Getty Trust Fellowship, Tree of Life grant, and Center for Cultural Innovation innovative project grant. For further information on Susan please go to www.susanmogul.com.
Bookings are closed for this event.