ON film activities in NB!
Visual Storytelling for Film - An Interactive Workshop at da Vinci College WITH Jonathan Collicott
Workshop Time: Friday, August 19th, 9am – 2:30pm
Please reserve your spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this workshop, participants will get an overview of the program by participating in several short modules. Topics to be sampled are Visual Storytelling, Shooting Drama and Documentary and Post Production Visual Effects.
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM - Introduction to the Film and Media Production Program – Q & A
9:15 AM - 10:30 AM - PERCEPTION Film clip presentation followed by a class discussion about awareness of film techniques and language.
10:30 AM – 10:45 AM - Break
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM - APPLICATION 'Working a Scene” Discussion & Demonstration - Simple Scene Blocking Techniques. Discussion & Demonstration of Lighting/Camera & Audio
Students participate in the preparation and capturing of a shot.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM – Lunch will be provided
1:00 PM - 1:15 PM Documentary discussion.
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM - Post Production FX Work in Documentary and Drama. Students take a simple test drive of Adobe After Effects with Instructor guidance.
2:15 PM - 2:30 PM - Wrap the day & present last words about the daVinci Film & Media Production Program.
Local film shoot looking for the following
- 80s, 90s or early 2000s boat car. Caprice Classic, Crown Victoria, Buick, or similar styles. Needs to be in good functioning order as it will need to be driven without issues during the shoot.
- 6 to 10 year old actress. Dark hair preferable, but not necessary.
- A blueberry field, preferably on hills - scene specific to this location needs to be shot in October. Will travel for the right location.
Please contact email@example.com for more information, or to indicate your interest.
NB Arts Job Opportunity - Program Officer, New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb)
Administrative and Support Services, Arts and Entertainment, Culture, Sport and Leisure
New Brunswick Arts Board / Conseil des arts du Nouveau-Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Terms: Annual (renewable) contract, subject to an initial three month probation period and annual evaluations.
Salary: $38,324 to $52,702, depending on experience
Bilingual: Excellent English and French oral, written, and comprehension capacities.
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree;
A minimum of three years’ experience in arts administration or a related administrative capacity;
A valid driver’s license.
Data analysis, management, organization and reporting capabilities. (Excel)
Strong writing, research, and analytical skills would be an asset.
An active artistic practice would be an asset.
**artsnb is an equal opportunity employer
Responsibilities: Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Program Officer must perform the following tasks:
Provide accurate information to artists and arts organizations;
Participate in the development of programs and special projects and effectively communicate their contents to the artistic community;
Provide support to artists who ask for help;
Analyze requests for assistance to verify the eligibility of the applicant and all documents accompanying the application;
Refer requests for financial assistance to other appropriate support programs whenever necessary;
Organize and oversee the smooth running of multidisciplinary and discipline specific juries according to the procedures adopted by the Arts Board;
Keep accurate notes on decisions made by jurors;
Communicate by telephone to candidates who request assessments emanating from juries and maintain confidentiality;
Prepare all necessary documentation for evaluation by the jury and provide applicants with the results of the competition within the prescribed time (which includes the management of all files, correspondence and related maintenance of program files);
Maintain accurate statistics on the competitions and prepare juror comments for Board meetings;
Assist in preparing press release announcing the results of contests;
Prepare information about grant recipients and a list of jurors for artsnb’s annual report;
Keep the Director informed of issues or concerns that arise in relation to the programs and processes of juries;
Keep the Director informed about the funding programs of other provinces;
Budgeting and controlling jury expenditure;
Assume the role of secretary at the program and juries committee meetings;
Hold information meetings and consultations across the province.
Participate, upon request, in committee meetings and perform all duties as assigned by the Executive Director of the artsnb;
The program officer participates in the planning and execution of various activities, such as the ceremony for the Lieutenant Governor Awards.
Assist/collaborate with communications officer as required.
Contribute to the Annual Report
Prepare accurate reports and research papers;
Develop workshops and consultation sessions when necessary;
The position requires occasional travel within New Brunswick.
Contact Information: Tilly Jackson, Executive Assistant
Competition close date: 08.14.2016
When Organizations Come Together Magic Happens
Non-profit organizations realize that each day our funding streams are shrinking. Therefore, Greater Fredericton Social Innovation and Volunteer Greater Fredericton will be hosting the Partnering For Impact open space event in Fredericton on Thursday, October 20th from 10 AM - 4 PM at the Crowne Plaza.
The goal of this event is to facilitate and create strategic collaborations between non-profit organizations. During this event, representatives of various non-profit organizations will be searching for new alliances that will make us stronger and help to secure a sustainable future.
There is much to be gained through combining resources, especially if it saves you a significant percentage of your expenditures ... say office space costs, promotional product costs, equipment costs, insurance, and more.
Here is an opportunity to take a pause from the busy-ness of running a charity/volunteer business and explore where money, time, and volunteers can be shared, and overall costs reduced. But it will only work if you "let go" of the way things have always been done, and "open up" to the possibility of a new way of building your organization and community. It will be a dynamic ... and fun ... day.
This event is for Executive Directors, staff and board members of Fredericton’s non-profit community. The cost for this one day event is $30.00.
$20.00 for Volunteer Fredericton members
Please attend and invite others.
Social Innovation Fredericton
(o) 506 471-4374
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