Saturday, August 4, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tisch School of the Arts Professional Courses are for those interested in continuous learning.
Short courses provide working professionals and adult learners opportunities to build on an existing skill or receive introductory knowledge in a new area of the media industry. Conveniently scheduled weekday, weeknight, or weekend hours gives you many opportunities to meet your goals of personal growth or career advancement.
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Dive into the world of 360 VR. This one-day fundamentals workshop will introduce you to the possibilities of 360-degree capture. You will process your own 360 videos with the freeware program Unreal Game Engine, and make these 360 VR experiences viewable on a mobile device with a cardboard headset. You will also learn about the workflows of other popular viewing platforms such as the Oculus Rift.
Register for one of the sections below.
Saturday, August 11, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Take a hands-on workshop and learn applying “out-of-kit” make-up effects including cuts, bruises, scars, wounds and burns. This course is designed for experienced make-up artists seeking advanced techniques, non-make-up artists just starting out, and anyone who has ever wondered, "How'd they do that?"
You will receive a specially-designed make-up kit to work with during class and take home. The instructor will photograph all student work, allowing you to begin or build upon your creative portfolio.
Price (includes materials fee): $745
Fall 2018 dates will be announced soon.
Complete an editing project from start to finish all using one program! Over three days, this hands-on course will cover the complete editing workflow including: setting up projects, importing & managing media, editing clips in the timeline, working with titles, graphics, audio and video effects, as well as sound mixing, basic color correction, and finishing and delivering a project. The course culminates in a certification exam, so you can walk away as a DaVinci Resolve Certified User.
Price (includes materials fee): $1,335
Professional Courses are offered year round. NYU alumni receive a 10% discount.
If you are a high school student interested in Tisch Professional Courses, please contact the Office of Special Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Online Course: Writing for the Screen
For the first time, Tisch is offering an asynchronous, online section of the non-credit course Writing for the Screen.
Participants will examine the principles and processes of writing for the screen. Topics include finding and developing story ideas, film language and script structure. By the end of the course, students will have participated in in-depth film analysis and intensive screenwriting exercises and discussions. At the end of the course, students are expected to complete a film treatment (prose description of your film) with a step outline for a feature film or TV episode you plan to write. In addition, you must hand in the first scene (3-5 pages) of your script with dialogue. Learn more and apply.