Bump Televsion Video Editing Workshop

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May 4, 2019

1-4 pm

Instructor: Nicole Brunel

Intro to Premiere: A hands-on, beginner’s workshop on video editing with Adobe Premiere software. Students will learn how to create, edit, and export video projects as well as gain a basic understanding of common technical terms such as frame rate, resolution, and aspect ratio. The workshop begins with an overview of the panels, functions, and tools in Premiere’s Editing Workspace, followed by a lesson and project on basic video and audio editing in the Timeline.

Please bring a laptop with Premiere already on it to use or share. Mac or PC will both work. Note that a free 7 day trial of the program can be downloaded from the Adobe website. Please do this in advance as it will take some time to download and install. (add the part about the library too?)

Nicole Brunel is an art educator and multi-disciplinary artist working in illustration, sculpture, and video. As an artist, Nicole researches how humor and fantasy can be used as tools of social justice, and as a teacher, they seek to develop practices of anti-oppressive art education. Nicole has taught art and video editing at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, OCADU, and at community and DIY art spaces. Before practicing art, they worked as an archaeologist and a musician, and were born with four kidneys.