Above: REpresenting: The Art of Documenting Art. A new video series.

Forms of documentation inevitably mediate the work of art, after the fact.

Through interviews and case studies with SAIC faculty and students, this series of videos addresses fundamental questions about the documentation of art.

Watch the videos on Vimeo or checkout the DVDs from the Flaxman Library.
 


IRFM Workshops and Training

The Instructional Design area of Instructional Resources and Facilities Management (IRFM) office offers training and authorization workshops that are essential to students seeking media instruction outside of class. Learn the basics of a variety of media production equipment and digital authoring software accessible via the Media Centers. Check out our instructional guides the via link at left and our videos on Vimeo.

The workshop schedule begins two weeks after the semester starts and ends the last week of class. Summer workshops are by appointment only. Sign up for a workshop at any Media Center. Workshops have a maximum of six students and last anywhere from 15 minutes to three hours, depending on the type. All workshops take place in the MacLean building, except the Columbus 312b Photo Studio. The Photo Studio workshop takes place in Columbus 312b.

Available Workshops

Following is a list of each workshop followed by the resources on which users will become authorized upon completion.

Bolex 16mm Film Camera workshop—about 1 hour

Columbus 312b Photo Shooting Studio

Digital Still Cameras - EOS Series—about 45 minutes

Shooting Video with 7D and 60D—about 45 minutes

HD and HDV/DV Camcorders—45 minutes to 1 hour

Film to Video Transfer Units—about 45 minutes

Premiere Pro—3 hours

Video Projectors—about 15 minutes

Light Kits—about 1 hour

Hi Res Digital Audio Recorder—45 minutes to 1 hour

Microphones – about 45 minutes

 Special Workshops