July 9-13, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Bowling Green
A workshop focused on using video as an art medium. Participants will be challenged to think critically and creatively while using video in a non-traditional way. Learn cool video techniques such as feedback loops, green screen, projection and more! Special Note: One class (date TBA) will be held at the Michael and Sara Kuhlin Center at BGSU, to allow the students to use a green screen.
Since I was young, I had always used writing and film to express myself and the way I perceive the world. Experimental filmmaking has allowed me to take different thematic ideas and mold them into a piece that makes people think differently about the reality that is presented to us. Experimental film is a very important art form to me and I hope to pursue it in my future career as a filmmaker. Inspiring other artists and filmmakers to test their limits and experiment is always something that I am passionate about.