Crafting Worlds: A Sound and Video Design Workshop for Female and Non-Binary Identifying Persons*

2b theatre company in collaboration with sound and video designer and theatre artist Aaron Collier is offering a comprehensive sound and video design workshop. Participants will be introduced to the designer’s role and responsibility within a professional theatre context and learn key principles for both sound and video design. This workshop, which is aimed at beginners but welcome to all experience levels, will prepare participants to create artistic and meaningful designs as well as equip them with the skills to integrate these designs into modern theatre productions. Through this class, workshop attendees will gain insights and experience using QLab, Ableton Live, and TouchDesigner software.

* male identifying persons are very welcome to attend but are encouraged to bring an additional female or non-binary learner where possible.

October 3, 2017 6pm – 10pm @ Heist Lab 6050 Almon St unit 104A
Understanding the designer’s role and vocabulary
Script analysis and preliminary designs
Sound design with Ableton Live and more

October 4, 2017 6pm – 10pm @ Heist Lab 6050 Almon St unit 104A
Working with QLab
Video design and projections

October 5, 2017 6pm – 10pm @ Heist Lab 6050 Almon St unit 104A
Cueing and show programming
Interactive sound and video design with TouchDesigner


Workshop fee: $20 + HST for three sessions

This workshop is subsidized by the Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage. Some cost-free spots are available. Please contact to book one.

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