Audio/Video Media Arts Bootcamps and Workshops for Non-Profits
Or, How to Use the Gadgets to Already Own, To Tell the Stories you Already Know
Join us for a one-day hand-on audio/video bootcamp that will give you the tools and confidence to tell your own stories to your online audience.
You’ll discover basic audio and video techniques that can turn the devices you own (cellphones, inexpensive digital cameras, etc.) into powerful storytelling tools. You’ll discover how to spot, tell and distribute those stories in places your audiences already are: nerd free. Plus, we’ll show you the basic concepts that underlie all social media.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010, 9 AM to 5 PM (Sold Out)
Tuesday, June 1, 2010, 9 AM to 5 PM (Sold Out)
Centre for Social Innovation
215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 400,
Toronto, ON, Canada
Registration: $195 per person (Lunch Provided)
Early Bird Registration: $150 per person (Lunch Provided)
About Wayne McPhail:
The course will be taught by Wayne McPhail. Wayne currently teaches advanced journalism at Ryerson University and the University of Western Ontario. He founded the rabble podcast network and rabbletv for rabble.ca and was the founder of Southam InfoLab for Southam Inc. He’s also been a magazine photographer, feature writer and newspaper editor and reporter. Wayne is also a published author and playwright and has developed content for most major online networks in Canada and for a variety of non-profit and post secondary education clients through his company w8nc inc.