Creating Characters Through Screenwriting

Apr 26, 2014, 1pm
Wolfswinkel Education Building Release the creative writer in you. Discover the secrets to creating living, breathing characters through tricks and techniques that are used by screenwriters in the film industry to add dimension, personality and realism. Facilitator Joe Gruberman is an award-winning writer/director/producer of multimedia productions (TV, web, film) and has been teaching film production for five years. His latest feature film, ELEVEN ELEVEN is scheduled to be released in 2015. Previous writing experience is strongly recommended.

Prospective Docent Coffee & Conversation

Apr 28, 2014, 10am
Phoenix Art Museum Docents are volunteer Museum educators who share their love of art with students and adults at the Museum, in schools, and throughout our community. Come hear about our 16-month training program:              Trainees: September 2014 through mid-May, 2015.             Apprentices: September 2015 through March 2016. Classes are held Friday mornings with additional time at the Museum each week to complete the requirements. It is not necessary to have an art history background. Our curators, education staff and docents will actively guide you through the training program. Registration is not required for this Coff... (View more)

Hollywood Costuming with Special Effects Makeup!

May 18, 2014, 1pm
Special Effects Makeup Artists Mark Greenawalt and Casey Kaki demonstrate makeup techniques used to create costumes in film. An overview details life casting, sculpting, and molding to create prosthetics. Next Greenawalt will apply the prosthetics as Kaki becomes the model for an interpretation of the Mystique character from the X-Men movie series. Finally, airbrush body painting and film-quality eye contacts complete the costume.

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