This 2-day workshop introduces teachers to the principles and processes of film-making, providing you with everything you need to bring cinematic story-telling to life in your classroom. Learn the essential steps and gain first-hand experience in each of the roles involved in producing a film. Work with the same equipment and software used in the industry, as you learn by creating your own short film. With heaps of resources and programming tips, these two days will provide you with the info, ideas and tools you need to start teaching with the facilities and equipment you already have.
AENT has been awarded a PTANT Grant to sponsor the significant costs of this workshop. The workshop fee is seriously reduced for members with the intention of giving NT Visual Arts Educators access to Professional Development that is currently available in NSW.
For remote AENT teacher members AENT has two available travel grants to assist with attending this professional learning opportunity (up to $800 for flights and accommodation in Darwin) for this two day workshop in Darwin. Please send an expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining how participation will positively impact your professional learning and your school.
Workshop will be held over two full days during the coming school break: Thursday 11th & Friday 12th October. It is mostly applicable for Upper Primary to Year 12 educators. The workshop is designed for teachers in classroom environments.
Venue: Casuarina Secondary College
AENT Members $160
Non Members $760
*Max number of participants 20