Clayton State University’s Film and Digital Media Center will be holding three more free Information Sessions on Thursday, Jan. 22, Thursday, Feb 5 and Saturday, Feb. 7. The next round of classes for the Center’s Digital Film Technician Training Program begins in February 2015. These information sessions will also include information on the Center’s Post Production Film Editing: Intro to Editing course, and the Center’s Digital Music and Video Production and Entertainment Certificate course.
The Jan. 22 event will be held at the LaFayette Education Center, Room Media D, 205 LaFayette Ave., Fayetteville, beginning at 6:30 p.m.The Feb. 5 event will be held in Newnan at the Central Education Center at 6:30 p.m. in the TV Productions Lab. The Feb. 7 event will be held at Clayton State’s own film studio in Lucy Huie Hall, 9013 Tara Blvd., Jonesboro, beginning at 10 a.m.
Clayton State recently completed its third Digital Film Technician Training Program cohort. Many of those students benefited from working on real productions during the program that helped them build their skills and resumes. Classes are held in the newly-renovated 10,000 square foot studio space – one of the largest teaching studios in the country – at Clayton State’s Lucy Huie Hall on Tara Boulevard in Jonesboro.
Bond also points out that, in addition to the Digital Film Technician Training Program, the Film and Digital Media Center offers a Post Production Film Editing: Intro to Editing course. The instructor for this course, Akil DuPont, will be in attendance. This class presumes no prior editing training or skills, but will also help develop skills in those with some experience.
On the other hand, if music is in your future, there’s the Digital Music and Video Production and Entertainment Certificate course. Instructor Stanley Johnson will be available to answer questions about the certificate course.
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To register for courses online, visit www.clayton.edu/Film-and-Digital-Media.