Items tagged with 'education'
The NFSA onsite education team braves a TV studio to beam the history of animation to regional schools through videoconferencing, Amanda Paroz writes.
Make your own summer sound by mashing up the audiovisual collection and make your own 10-30 second sample. All you have to do is download the tracks provided and incorporate one or more into an original composition.
Last Friday about 150 Drama and English students from nine high schools around NSW attended a Q&A with actor Aden Young and film director Ian Darling. This was 's most successful videoconference to date. Amid the thunderous applause there was one image that really made me smile – a handwritten sign held up to the camera that read: 'We Love You Aden’!
To attend a film festival in Nambucca Heads for a screening of the film adaptation of my novel Tomorrow, When the War Began seemed an attractive idea, and I felt right at home there – the weather was exactly the same as Melbourne: cold and wet, bleak and grey.
On Thursday September 16, highly-acclaimed violinist, Niki Vasilakis and producer Joanna Buggy discussed the documentary film 4 via videoconference with over 60 music and media students from around the state of South Australia, including students at the event’s location – Christies Beach High School, south of Adelaide.
It wasn’t until I sat down to attend Friday on My Mind recently at AFTRS that I discovered the crowded room of students and filmmaker professionals were here for the interview with the director and writer of the much talked-about new feature Tomorrow, When the War Began, and not the feature itself, as I had hoped.
NFSA Connects is a new program that provides students across Australia with unprecedented access to creative arts professionals to hear their stories and learn about their experiences. The project utilises video-conferencing and other digital networking equipment available to schools in both urban and regional areas to present Q&As with contemporary filmmakers and artists.