It's Magnetic. AIR + UnionDocs = …
The first of our two 2012 sessions runs June 25-29, 2012.
Many of you have already experienced these inspiring sessions with NYC-based sound masters Michael Schumacher
and Brenda Hutchinson
, with a special session led by New York Times
deputy news editor Amy O’Leary
. AIR brings these popular intensives to their new home at UnionDocs, a rising force in the creative media-documentary realm, with their Artistic Director Christopher Allen
joining the team.
If you’re not familiar with AIR’s Sounds Elemental series, find out more
DEADLINE to apply is Friday, May 18, 2012.
+++Full attendance is mandatory for all sessions. Class runs from 10AM - 6PM, Monday through Friday. If you are unable to attend each day of the intensive, please do not apply.+++
If you're a snowbird, it’s not too early to sign on for our winter intensive, Gravity, that's running December 17-21, 2012. Again, just 10 slots and we’re already starting to fill up.
$700. A non-refundable $350 deposit is required upon acceptance. AIR members who live outside of New York are eligible for a small travel stipend. Join AIR
to be eligible for the stipend.
Questions? Contact AIR Membership Director Erin Mishkin (email@example.com). We encourage questions in advance to ensure this course is the right match for you.
UnionDocs (UnDo) is a Center for Documentary Art that generates and shares big ideas. We bring together a diverse community of experimental media-makers, dedicated journalists, critical thinkers, and local partners on a search for urgent expressions of the human experience, practical perspectives on the world today, and compelling visions for the future.
AIR is a vibrant, tightly networked association of more than 800 journalists, documentarians, technicians, media entrepreneurs, and sound artists spanning 46 states and 14 countries worldwide. Founded in 1988, AIR has emerged as force for identifying, cultivating, and deploying talent to accelerate public media innovation and expand service to more citizens across the U.S. AIR's mentorship and training programs, unique in the industry, were launched in 1995 with a grant from the MacArthur Foundation and continuing support from the National Endowment for the Arts, NYSCA, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Since the inception of the program, AIR has served hundreds of independent and station-based producers across public media as they work to adapt and grow in a dynamic, 21st century media culture.
Learn more about Sounds Elemental: http://airmedia.org/PageInfo.php?PageID=562
Join AIR: http://www.airmedia.org/signUp.php