Join us for film-making, audio-production and stagecraft summer workshops
Groups will produce an installation by the end of a week of creative activities.
26 July 2012 at 11.19am | Comment on this article
This summer, the Royal Opera House’s Thurrock production park is giving everyone the chance to try something new and creative. You could be part of the team who will create a new artwork with a group of professionals. An art installation will be produced during a week of workshops, unveiled Orsett country show and then put on display at High House Production Park.
A number of non-residential courses are open to both adults and children and will run from 13-17 August. They will offer members of the public the opportunity to work with professional designers and artists to learn more about digital art, soundscapes and costume, set and prop design. The new artwork will come out of these sessions:
Audio: Creating the Soundscape 10.30am-1.00pm
Try your hand at creating soundscapes using extracts from opera and ballet music, as well as recorded sound, in a week-long technical workshop. The course costs £20 for the week for adults or £10 for students or under-16s and is open to all aged 12 and up.
Filmmaking: Creating the Visual World 2.30-5.00pm
Join us for a week-long course in creating short films from existing footage, using both archive and new material. The course costs £20 for the week for adults or £10 for students or under-16s and is open to all aged 12 and up.
Theatrical design: Creating the visual world 10.30am-1pm and 2.30-5.00pm
Perfect for budding designers, these practical workshops with different focuses will allow participants to work with professionals to create all the elements needed for an artistic installation or theatrical production. The course costs £10 per day for Adults or £5 for under-16s. Participants can also book five workshops for £40 or £20 for students and under-16s. This course is open to those aged 7 and up.
Unfortunately we’re not able to accommodate unaccompanied under-14s for any course.
To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01708 891200.
If you would like to attend any of our workshops but feel that your current financial circumstances may prevent you, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you.