no.w.here Summer School 2014 ‘The Right to Play Oneself’23. Jun - 15. Aug 14 / ended no.w.here
£1,000 per participant (members rate) £1,300 per participant (non members rate)
8 week full-time course, Monday-Fridays, 10am - 5.30pm
The 2014 no.w.here Summer School ‘The Right to Play Oneself’ is now open for booking!
The full curriculum is now online and the participating artists line-up has been announced. Guest artists include: Jake Astbury, Cara Tolmie, Patrick Staff, Karel Doing, Phil Minton, Beatrice Gibson, Avery Gordon, Oreet Ashery, Massimiliano Mollona, Lucy Pawlak, Rehana Zaman, Sarah Pierce, Olivia Plender, Cinenova, James Holcombe.
no.w.here’s summer school The Right to Play Oneself is an 8-week programme that builds on our reputation as a vital community and site for the production, discussion and dissemination of practices engaged with the moving image, politics, technology and aesthetics.
Led by Ed Webb-Ingall, Summer School participants will come together to investigate, interpret and interrogate the role of collectivity, collaboration and performance through filmmaking. They will take part in a program of workshops, screenings and field trips as well as training in 16mm and digital filmmaking and editing. Our methodologies will draw from a breadth of practices and histories of collaborative filmmaking and collectivity.
Guests over the course of the summer school will introduce modes and methods of working, learning and making together from expanded approaches to film, video and sound through to fields such as writing, storytelling, anthropology, dance and theatre.
The Summer School is for those interested in film production, as well as cultures of distribution, presentation and discussion, coming from a variety of backgrounds and with varying levels of experience. For more information and to talk over what can be gained from participating in the course please contact no.w.here at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information and for bookings, please go to our website.
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