Introduction to Video Art
In this six-session course we will look to the history of video art for examples to inspire our own making. We will use the tools and materials at our disposal to engage in experimentation and create original works of video art in Fleisher’s digital media lab.
Note that this classroom is accessible by stairs only; please contact Fleisher for more information.
Please note: This is a 6-session workshop. Fleisher will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day, and class will conclude on Monday, August 1.
This is an in-person class which will take place in our building with strict social distancing protocols and reduced student capacity. Please see our COVID-19 community safety policies.
Tuition Assistance is Available
To make our classes and workshops accessible to everyone, Fleisher offers tuition assistance every term so that everyone can join our creative community. We have recently streamlined the application process, making it even quicker and easier. Tuition assistance applications can be completed once registration is open by clicking here. The deadline to apply for summer term assistance is Friday, May 27th. Tuition assistance notifications will be sent by Wednesday, June 1st.
What you will learn:
Introductory information about the history of video art
Introductory skills for video editing using “in camera” editing and free computer software.
Foundations and processes of conceptual experimentation to include developing your ideas, gathering footage, editing footage, and considering the best venues and methods for sharing your work.
Camera Phone, iPad, or similar device for capturing video and audio recordings
Cloud storage account such as Google Drive, Dropbox or WeTransfer