The Compassion Project: Dance to the End of Love – Chris Jung
October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
The Compassion Project: Dance to the End of Love – workshop with Chris Jung exploring smart phone technology and filming
About this event
Learn how to produce creative and meaningful videos using a smart phone. This workshop will cover how to use camera angles, video editing techniques and lighting to convey emotion and tell a story. We will look at the techniques used by filmmakers and see how they can be translated to your smart phone. This course is suitable for beginners without any prior video production experience however the course requires access to a smartphone with the ability to capture audio and video. We will cover how to use both Apple and Android devices in this workshop.
About Chris Jung
Chris Jung is artist who works in new media and paint with a background in computers and engineering. Chris received his Masters of Applied Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2016. His practice explores material hybridity and cultural hybridity in relation to post-colonialism and cultural diaspora. Chris runs the NMG Lab for New Media Gallery, developing workshops, residencies and other programming for the public, artists, schools and universities.
About The Compassion Project:
Hi, I’m Celeste Snowber, and I want to invite your participation in a community art project by the New West Hospice Society and the Arts Council of New Westminster, with programming support from the New Media Gallery (NMG Lab).
Let’s consider the loss and grief and recognize the uncertainty that people have faced during this pandemic. You are invited to bring an embodied expression to these times including passion, whimsy or joy to New Westminster; to draw the community out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Between now and February 2022, I encourage you to film a short video (up to a minute) of yourself engaged in creative movement that can be posted to Instagram.
Include the tags #DanceToTheEndofLove along with @newwesthospice, @newmediagallery, @nmglab, & @artscouncilNW. Be sure to tag one friend as well.
In the Spring of 2022, we’re going to edit the submissions into a longer presentation accompanied by some exciting programming. To learn more about the project and how you can contribute, visit: acnw.ca/compassionproject