Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop
Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop

Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop

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Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop
Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop

Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop

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Where TO Start: Art Department Workshop

The Reelworld Art Department Workshop in partnership with DGC Ontario provides an in-depth understanding of 4 areas of work within the Art department. This workshop is for Canadian Black, Indigenous, Asian, South Asian, and People of Colour who want to explore entering into art direction in film and television. The workshop includes discussion with experts in Art Direction, Production Design, Set Decoration, and Graphic Design. In depth knowledge about what each role entails will be shared through personal experience working in the industry. Learn about the training required, how to build a portfolio, and connect with mentors. An interactive session will explore the successful execution of art direction in a selection of films and participants will get the opportunity to present their own work and receive feedback.

Applications Closed

Spots are limited and the deadline to apply is January 4, 2022.

Getting Started

Learn what training and skills required for this area of production and how to build a portfolio.

Meet with experienced professionals. An interactive session will explore the successful execution of art direction in a selection of films and participants will get the opportunity to present their own work and receive feedback.

Making Connections

Special Thanks to the DGC Ontario

DGC Ontario

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