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Unit Demonstrating Speaking and Listening Level 2

Advertise a food product in small groups Information for students: For this assignment you will be working in small groups. This formative assignment will also count towards: –       Unit Demonstrating Speaking and Listening. See unit assessment criteria bellow. Project Brief: Unilever, one of the biggest corporations in the world, has approached you to help them come up with an idea for a new snack (Students can be as creative as they want regarding their new snack, but it must be edible!). They also want you to come up with advertising ideas for the product; your advert must be in line with your target audience. You will have to present both your product and advertising ideas to 3 representatives of Uniliver.  Remember although you are presenting your ideas; you must look and sound professional, and therefore you have present at least a finished product or advert. Important points to think of: What food product are you creating and selling? Who are you selling your product to? (Target Audience) What advertising strategy(s) will you be using, keeping in mind your Audience? Above all, you must remember that you want to convince Unilever to buy into your ideas. Each group will produce: A product profile, identifying the food product to be sold,...

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Open Up North exhibition opportunity 8

Open Up North exhibition opportunity

  ‘Open Up North’ is a large and exciting new open art exhibition which will be showcased across Kendal, Cumbria in October 2011. ‘Open Up North’ has been developed by the Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal to allow both non-professional and professional artists in the North of England the chance to show work together in two of the North’s leading arts venues: The Brewery Arts Centre and The Abbot Hall Art Gallery Coffee Shop.  The exhibition is open to any artists who are resident in the North of England. Top prize is £1000, 2nd £500 and 3rd £200, plus a special ‘emerging artist’ prize of £500. For more information & an application form please address any enquiries to: Clare Rowell,Open up North Administrator Brewery Arts Centre, Highgate, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4HE Email:  More information...

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Win an IMAC and £2000 with Heartinternet 3

Win an IMAC and £2000 with Heartinternet

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Inspiration for animation students – Ryan Woodward

Ryan Woodward has worked for Warner Brothers Feature Animation, Sony Pictures, Cartoon Network, Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Entertainment and Dreamworks Pictures on films such as Space Jam, The Iron Giant, Osmosis Jones, Spider-man 2, Spider-man 3, Where the Wild Things Are, Ironman 2, and Cowboys and Aliens and The Avengers (2012).  Ryan has produced and directed 3 short films, The Loch, The Turtle and The Shark and Aliens that have played in over 40 film festivals worldwide (more about him). I love his work which has a lot of romanticism (that is my mind), the animation bellow is really all about movement, flowing, connection. You can see his website for more information about him. But I think that all animation teachers should discuss this with their...

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Call out for youth crews, b-boys and b-girls 1

Call out for youth crews, b-boys and b-girls

Call out for youth crews, b-boys and b-girls… On July 17th 2011, Outta Place, a dynamic youth arts organisation based in Halifax, West Yorkshire are holding their first ever Youth Arts Festival. Adding an extra dimension to the festival madness, Outta Place are seeking b-boys and b-girls to participate in an international dance battle. B-boys and b-girls can register as individuals or as crews, to battle it out against representatives from Hebden Bridge, Halifax, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Dubrovnik, Croatia. The winning crew and individual b-boy or b-girl champion will win a one to one workshop with one of Outta Places award winning b-boys, tailored to the needs of your crew or individual development. For more information and to register for the event please email Kane (Outta Place Project Manager) Further event details including information about masterclasses and workshops being held on the day can be found on the companies website....

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Unit Title: Use Tools and Equipment for a Practical Activity

Unit Title: Use Tools and Equipment for a Practical Activity GLH: 18 Level: One Credit Value: 2 Submitted  date: 30/06/11 Deadlines: 12/06/11 Unit Code: HC1/1/QQ/018 QCDA Unit Reference Number: K/600/3245   Student Name: I certify the work in this learner book is mine. Student signature: Date:     This unit has 2 learning outcomes.   LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT CRITERIA The learner will: The learner can: 1. Know how to use tools and equipment for an agreed activity.   1.1. State the purpose of tools and equipment suitable for the agreed activity. 1.2. State and follow the safety precautions associated with the tools and equipment used for the agreed activity. 1.3. Use appropriate tools and equipment to produce an agreed artefact or complete an agreed task. 2. Know how to care for, maintain and store a range of tools and equipment.   2.1. Outline the care and/or maintenance needed by the tools used in producing the agreed artefact or completing the agreed task. 2.2. State and follow the safety precautions relevant to the care and/or maintenance of the tools used in producing the agreed artefact or completing the agreed task.   2.3. Carry out as directed care and/or maintenance of the tools and/or equipment used in producing the agreed artefact...

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Free taster day for pucker film courses this Friday (1st), The Hurricane Film Institute

The Hurricane Film Institute is offering 13 week and 20 week (30 day)  courses in quality filmmaking on a budget.  Including scriptwriting, storyboarding, cinematography and video editing, at  ridiculously affordable prices. The course will cover: Making release quality work on a budget Preproduction planning and software Scriptwriting, creative writing, shooting schedules and shot lists Blocking, casting and rehearsing (recruiting real actors) Cinematography, Mise-en-scène Learn to shoot with the Canon 7D/ Sony Hvrz1 Post production Apple Mac / Final Cut editing The art of Foley. Scoring for picture You will also have the opportunity to gain practical experience within the industry working with actual filmmakers, and the chance to showcase your own film at the Greenwich picture house. You don’t need your own camera or software and can gain hands on experience with our industry standard equipment, including and Canon 7D and Final Cut. Our programmes are perfect for those that cannot raise the sort of money the Film Academy requires, but still want up to date, relevant film making tuition. Recommendations: “I now know more than ever before about pre-production – production, post production – delivery! I learned something new every week.” – George Chin, Film Making Graduate, (Director) “Tutor is excellent – a thoroughly enjoyable experience taught by...

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Carnival Volunteers, The Clement James Centre London

Make a difference to your CV this summer by volunteering with our Summer Carnival Arts Programme Date and time: Carnival design Club – weekly Wednesday sessions, 3:30-5:pm on the 6th June, 13th, and 20th  June Carnival Arts –Art & Design & Music Weeks: 10:30am-4:00pm on the 25th- 29th July, 8th -12th Aug, 22nd – 26th Aug.  (It is possible to volunteer for mornings or afternoons, please contact the Carnival Arts coordinator) Location: Clement James Centre, 95 Sirdar Road, North Kensington, London, W11 4EQ. Latimer Road Tube closest, Holland Park tube 7 minute walk. Information: Clement James Centre plan to run a summer carnival arts programme for young people aged 8-18, culminating in participation at Notting Hill Carnival. The workshops will provide an opportunity for young people to come and learn about carnival and work on their creativity through costume design and construction. Volunteers would be expected to help with the design, creation and decoration of costumes for each young person participating in the carnival.  They will also be taking part in song writing, dance and singing workshops and helping to design and making banners to decorate the vehicle that accompanies us on the carnival route. This is a great opportunity to be involved in a long term project that...

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Open Exhibition 2011 for all animation artists

WHO: All over the age of 16 are welcome to apply and multiple applications are accepted. There are no geographical restrictions. Individual and group applications are welcome and artists are encouraged to apply. WHAT: Artists and animators at all stages of their careers are invited to submit animation work for Salisbury Arts Centre’s 2011 Open Exhibition. A panel of professionals in the field will select the most engaging, inventive and well executed of entries across the spectrum of animation techniques. WHEN: Deadline for entries: 2 September 2011. The exhibition will run from 29 September-5 Novemebr 2011 PAYMENTS: The most popular exhibited works (by public vote) will receive a cash prize. DETAILS: Entries could be drawn, stop motion, computer generated or even flick books – any medium you choose. We are looking for recent work with a contemporary and informed approach; your ideas, aesthetic and your way of expressing them are key. The theme is ‘animating me’. APPLY: For an application form, e-mail with ‘Animation Open’ in the subject line, or call 01722 343020. The completed form should be sent along with your...

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Freelance Project Manager

£1,000 fee (including expenses) Arts Bournemouth is looking to contract a Project Manager as part of Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival to manage the Grand Grotesque Parade.   The main purpose of the Project Manager will be to oversee the smooth running of the project and to event manage the live element of the Parade on 2 dates; the first is a smaller event which will be filmed on Sunday 4 September; and the main event on Saturday 24 September 2011. The role requires someone who is highly organised, an excellent communicator and who has experience of managing outdoor events of a similar size and scale. Artist duo ‘The Girls’ Andrea Blood & Zoe Sinclair will  present a reinterpretation of Edwardian Bournemouth’s long forgotten ‘Grand Grotesque Carnival’, a surreal, masked spectacle which took place in...

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