Your Video, My Video, the Video
A Video Collage Exercise in Six Sessions

During this workshop, participants will gain basic insight into the video editing process and will learn how to dissect the different components of a video. They will become aware of how media is produced and how they can use this knowledge to create better videos or images. In an era in which media literacy is crucial to relating and understanding our world, this is very important.

Your Video, My Video, the Video is designed so everybody can decide how they want to create their videos, and feel comfortable regardless of their media experience and technical skills. We will mainly work with cell phones. However, other easily available devices are welcome, but not necessary. Will be using free online resources for editing. The philosophy of the workshop values content and storytelling over production. 

During each session, we will discuss videos and share examples of different shooting and editing styles. A video list will be made available for participants to refer to for inspiration or as a technical dictionary.

No previous experience is needed but participants must have a smart phone and Internet access.

Dates: July 7, 14, 21, 28, and August 4, 11
Time: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Platform:  Zoom
Language: English
This workshop is free, but registration is required.
Please email ggaraycochea@queensmuseum.org providing your name, email, and the workshop’s name.

Instructor: Manuel Molina Martagon is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, video, and social engaged projects. Molina Martagon holds a MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from SVA, and a MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish from New York University. His work has been exhibited in Mexico, Spain, China, Cuba, and in the United States in institutions such as the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia and the Art Museum of the Americas in DC. He is a Fulbright recipient and participated at EMERGENYC with the Hemispheric Institute in 2014. In 2018 Molina Martagon organized EL RECREO at Recess and was a recipient of More Art’s Engaging Artist fellowship. Molina Martagon presented with Artists Alliance and Cuchifritos, Acquired Taste, a project that uses cooking classes as a vehicle to engage in a multisensorial dialogue reaching out to current topics such as immigration, labor, tradition, and access. He currently is a 2021 Create Change Fellow at the Laundromat Project.

 

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