Odyssey Workshop: Working with Green Screens

From January to May 2022, the Odyssey Program at Cleveland State University’s School of Film & Media Arts offers a series of one-day workshops for high school students (aged 13-18) interested in film and media arts.

With a simple green screen, filmmakers can create movie magic by compositing two images or videos together to produce a single image – changing the background to whatever fantastical setting they desire. In this hands-on workshop, students get experience working with green screens in a production setting and then learn to manipulate their footage using digital postproduction software.

Instructor: Rich nova Milne is the Visiting Assistant Lecturer in Postproduction at the School of Film & Media Arts and half of artist duo nova Milne AKA Ms&Mr, who live/work from their studio in Cleveland. nova Milne received the New York Foundation for The Arts Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Arts category in 2020. They are also the recipient of numerous awards, grants and artists' residencies internationally and the US, including a Project Grant from ​the Australia Council for the Arts in 2018.

Saturday, February 19 at 1:00pm to 5:00pm

School of Film & Media Arts, 670
1375 Euclid Avenue (Idea Center), Suite 600, Cleveland, Ohio

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