Make things dance and move on screen with After Effects.
Blossom Damania, Ph.D., Boshamer Distinguished Professor, department of microbiology and immunology, vice dean for research, school of medicine, co-director, programs in virology and global oncology, Lineberger Cancer Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Learn how to use Instagram to promote your small business.
PLEASE DONATE TO IRT THEATER IN RESIDENCE: September 2-28, 2020 IRT IS BACK!!! We are excited to announce our first development of the season. Jessica Ranville and John Robert Hurley, along with collaborators Haruna Lee and Paul Lieber, invite you to engage with a 5 minute prototype of their new devised work TRAVELER. Join the team on a trip through space and genetics as we ponder the meaning of lifes smallest movements and the future of theater artists and their audiences. The 5 minute live online performance will be followed by a short Q\&A with the artists. They will discuss devising a story connecting future space explorers and past heroines like Ada Blackjackas well as creating new methodology for theatrical arts in the digital space. Names of the artists, designers and production team Jessica Ranville, John Hurley, Haruna Lee, Paul Lieber Presenting:September 30th 7pm Streaming live Price:Free to the public Reserve a seat on our ticketing site and a link to the show will be sent an hour before we air live. About the Development: In her residency at IRT, performer Jessica...
Learn editing basics, media management, sequences, and audio.
Grigory Tikhomirov, Ph.D., senior postdoctoral scholar, biology and biological engineering, California Institute of Technology
A free screening of Spent Hens, a collaborative film produced at home through BRIC Media Education's Black Box Filmmaking Intensive.
Create beautiful images with simple tricks and instruction on how to fully utilize your camera’s features.
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Wednesday, September 30 | 7 PM Watch a conversation with composer John Luther Adams, author of Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska, and longtime host of Soundcheck on WNYC radio, John Schaefer, discussing Adam’s memoir of his life as a composer in the Alaskan wilderness and his meditation on making art in a landscape acutely threatened by climate change.