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Moving Image Centre - Creative Weekend Workshops

Hello all,

We have been working away on our up coming workshop schedules, and below are the revised dates. Have a look and please get back to me with expressions of interest... in particular we need to know next week, wether or not the 3/4 Sept Intro to DV course has enough people for us to be able to run it. Included in it is an introduction to Final cut pro. I'd like to hear if you are interested in any of the other courses offered too. Prices are $100 per day for MIC members (only $50/30 per year to join) and $120 per day for non-members.

Thanks for your patience

please reply to

Orlando MIC.



Subject: Introduction to Digital Video with Darcy Gladwin

Camera systems, qualities, post edit -
shoot and complete short film project
Dates: 3 / 4 September
19 / 20 November

Subject: Advanced Digital Video with Darcy Gladwin
Planning your project
Getting more out of the camera, incl. studio practice Advanced sound
concepts, practicalities
Dates: 17 / 18 September
26 / 27 November

Subject: Video Jockey (VJ) with Lotech (see over)
Video art / VJ introduction, hardware, software, history,
opportunities, discussion, hands-on.
Date: 5 November    

Subject: DVD Authoring with Darcy Gladwin
Photoshop graphics assembly
Interface design concepts, content compression
Project creation and delivery
Date: 6 November

Subject: Introduction to Electronic Music with Kahra Scott James,
Darcy Gladwin
Theory and practice of sound and music
Day 1 software 'Reason'
Day 2 software 'Protools'
Date: 12 / 13 November


And don't forget TONIGHT at GALATOS in the basement...

XXX presents
Critical Beatdown
Starring; North Shore Pony Club, Coco Solid, The Blunts, DJ Ashtray and
The Getto Royalty. 10pm. $10.

Orlando Clairmont
Assistant Co-ordinator

Three Levels of Screening, Performance, Exhibition and Bar Space
17 Galatos Street, Newton, Auckland


Dedicated to the promotion, distribution and exhibition of innovative
media art

P.O. Box 168030, Newton, Auckland, NZ

Director: Deborah Lawler-Dormer
Administrator: Andrew Wood
Assistant Co-ordinator: Orlando Clairmont
Development Consultant: Barbara Procter
Promotion & Bookings: Sam Momeny
Facilities Officer: Paul Stothers

Moving Image Centre receives major funding from Creative New Zealand

MIC receives major funding support from ASB Trusts


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