Teens - The Art of Filming a Band - 970West Studio Artist in Residence
Learn the ins and outs of setting up a successful music video shoot. This workshop will teach participants how to work with a band as both a director and videographer. Learn how to develop interesting shots of musicians and instruments while learning how to effectively communicate with the band. Seating is limited and reservations are required.
About Nicholas Moore:
Nicholas Moore, a native of Colorado, has worked in local and international community development. Nicholas currently works as a producer, filmmaker and digital marketing consultant for Positive Movement Films in Grand Junction, Colorado. Nicholas graduated with an English degree from Colorado Mesa University.
Nicholas is a collaboration artist. For years after graduating from CMU Nicholas traveled to multiple countries with a blank canvas in hand. Upon arriving in countries like Ecuador, Taiwan, and Costa Rica, Nicholas would set up a blank canvas in a public square and invite passersby to paint things that were representative of their culture, all the while filming and photographing the experience. In 2016, Nicholas traveled with two others to Nepal to document the long-term impacts of areas devastated by earthquakes a year earlier. This production, "Nepal Will Rise" has reached international audiences.
Nicholas' project with the 970West Studio includes filming a full-length music video for Grand Junction's own Mount Orchid. The music video will be utilized as a platform to host events for teens that will include a lecture and discussion of popular music videos, a workshop filming in the 970West Studio with a band, and an intermediate video editing class. Positive Movement Films can be found at http://www.positivemovementllc.com
The 970West Studio is located at 502 Ouray Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501, across the street from the Central Library.
- Tuesday, February 20, 2018
- 3:30pm - 5:30pm
- 970West Studio
- 970West Studio