Portrait painting, BP Next Generation 3-day Summer Schools, application deadline Weds 9 August (age 14 – 21)

Young People: BP Next Generation 3-day Summer Schools

14 August – 16 August 2017, 11:00-16:30
Applications online npg.org.uk/bpnextgeneration

Work with BP Portrait Award-winning artists to explore portrait painting over three intensive days. Applications online npg.org.uk/bpnextgeneration Applications open 09:00, Thursday 22 June, and close 17:00 Weds 9 August 2017 Young People 14-21 years.

Young People: BP Next Generation 3-day Summer Schools

21 August – 23 August 2017, 11:00-16:30
Applications online npg.org.uk/bpnextgeneration

Work with BP Portrait Award-winning artists to explore portrait painting over three intensive days.

Applications online npg.org.uk/bpnextgeneration Applications open 09:00, Thursday 22 June. Close 17:00 Weds 9 August 2017. Young People 14-21 years

Grooveschool, Pop Brixton (age 5-19)

Grooveschool, Pop Brixton (age 5-19)

The Grooveschool programme explores musical forms and instruments old and new, embracing vintage and the most cutting edge technologies be that sounds, loops or completed tracks.

Term-time After School Session, Ages 5-12 (under 8’s accompanied by an adult) – Wednesday’s 4.30pm-5.30pm

Term-time After School Session, Ages 13-19 (25) – Wednesday’s 5.30pm-7.30pm

Ableton Push / NI Maschine User Groups – Wednesday’s 7.30pm-9.30pm

Limited spaces available – bookings/enquiries – info@grooveschool.co.uk

Studio Sessions | Hoxton Halls (age 14-19)

Studio Sessions | Hoxton Halls (age 14-19)

Learn how to use a recording studio.  Learn how to use studio equipment such as:  mixing desks, vocal booths and how to record live instruments. Get the feeling of what it’s like to be a producer or sound engineer

Studio Sessions is a series of weekly Music Production workshops.

 Age |14-19 | Time 11-1pm | Day | Saturdays during term time

Do you want to become a music recording artist?

Do you want to become a music producer/sound engineer?

Do you want to learn how to record music so it sounds as good as the music you listen to?

If the answer is yes then sign up for this fantastic opportunity

Key Learning
  1. Learn how to use a recording studio.
  2. Learn how to use studio equipment such as:  mixing desks, vocal booths and how to record live instruments

It is essential that you sign up to attend our fantastic free sessions. To register your place fill in an online form here.

Alternatively, you can email youtharts@hoxtonhall.co.uk if you have any questions.

DJ DROP-IN (age 13-16)

DJ DROP-IN (age 13-16)

Ever wanted to learn how to DJ? Come down to the Roundhouse on Thursday nights and give it a go with the support of our professional DJ tutors.

Summer: Thursdays, 20 April – 29 June 5.45 – 7.15pm

You’ll develop your natural rhythm and timing and pick up skills to transform any party!

What will I get from taking part?
The Drop-In tutors will cover whatever area of DJing you are interested in, you can just ask them on the night, but skills and topics covered in previous sessions include:
> Learn how to operate a DJ deck and structure your set
> Get experience using both CDJs and vinyl
> Learn how to beat-match and make smooth transitions between tracks
> Get advice on how to mix genres and develop your style

Please note, there will be no sessions on Thursday the 16 February or the 1 June.

Who will be teaching the project?
International DJ Pablo Casa, signed to Dutch label MO-JO Records.

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
No – beginners welcome. This drop-in is also good for aspiring DJs or those who want some help perfecting their technique.

Is there anything I need to bring or wear?
No, everything will be provided. Bring any music you’d like to mix though.

Are bursaries available?
Yes – if you need help to pay for things like project fees, transport or childcare find out how you can get support.

For more info visit the Round House

MUSIC PRODUCER DROP-IN (age 16 – 25)

Spring: Thursdays, 12 Jan – 23 Mar, 5:30 – 8:30pm

Summer: Thursdays, 20 April – 29 June, 5:30 – 8:30pm

If you make your own music but feel like you could use some help then our Music Producer Drop-In is for you! Get guidance from a professional artist to develop your sound.

What will I get from taking part?
> Advice and support in using music production software like Ableton and Logic
> The opportunity to learn recording techniques like how to place microphones and extract the best possible sounds
> 1-2-1 feedback and guidance on your personal music projects
> Music production shortcuts and techniques to help you work faster and better

Please note: There will be no sessions on 16 Feb or 1 June 2017

Who will be teaching the project?
Spider J, professional musician and producer specialises in urban, dub, hip hop, reggae and pop genres. Alongside touring and playing festivals around the world, Spider also sits on Roundhouse’s board of trustees.

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
No experience necessary – the drop-in is designed to allow participants of all skill levels to develop their music and projects.

Is there anything I need to bring or wear?
(i.e. comfy clothes and trainers for street circus)
No, everything can be provided, but you can also bring any recording sessions you’d like to work on.

Are bursaries available?
Yes – if you need help to pay for things like project fees, transport or childcare find out how you can get support.

For more info visit Round House

BLOOMBERG BROADCAST  INTENSIVE PROGRAMME SUMMER 2017, (age 18 – 25)

BLOOMBERG BROADCAST INTENSIVE PROGRAMME SUMMER 2017, (age 18 – 25)

FAST TRACK TRAINING IN LIVE TV BROADCAST AND POST PRODUCTION

Application Deadline: 10am, Wed 28 June

Are you a filmmaker aged between 18 and 25 looking to break into the world of live television?

If you are not currently employed, in training or education, the Bloomberg Broadcast Intensive Programme is a completely FREE fast track course that will give you the skills you need to progress in the industry.

What will I get from taking part?
Across 7 weeks you’ll be given training and hands on experience in video production and live broadcast, through intensive workshops and working on productions at the Roundhouse.

The project starts with 10 days of workshops in how to use broadcast quality camera equipment and edit using the latest software and technology in the Paul Hamlyn Roundhouse Studios.

After this, your training will continue alongside gaining real experience in film production to boost your CV with 40 hours of volunteering across Roundhouse festivals and events; including live broadcasts, promotional films and video productions.

The project will give you a thorough grounding in self-shooting and post-production, which is essential to succeed within a production company or as a freelance filmmaker.

Previous participants have gone on to get roles at BBC, Channel 4 and MTV.
Inspired? Find out more.

Are bursaries available?
All participants are given a daily contribution of £10 per day towards travel and food. If volunteering in the evening dinner will also be provided free of charge and if working later than 11pm cabs will be supplied to ensure everyone gets home safely.

If you need further support to help pay for things like transport or childcare we may also be able to help you with our bursary scheme.

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
You’ll need to have explored your interest in filmmaking or production by creating video content yourself, but we don’t mind what software or equipment you used or how you did it. Ideally, you’ll have some experience of teamwork as well.

Please note, you must be able to attend all the workshops & production sessions to take part (see how to enrol for more info).

Who will be teaching the project?
An experienced Filmmaker supported by a member of staff from the Roundhouse Digital Productions Team.

Is there anything I need to bring or wear?
All equipment provided. You’ll need to wear sensible and comfortable footwear and on shoot days we would suggest dark clothing where possible.

Feedback from previous participants:

The skills I learned on the Bloomberg programme are the basis of everything I now do for a living

Dan Keefe, Producer at Mother, London & Bloomberg Broadcast Programme Participant 2010

We took ownership of our projects so really took pride in what we were doing.

It’s really special at the Roundhouse – it’s all about collaboration and there is so much going on that feeds creativity

This opportunity is part of the Bloomberg Broadcast Programme 2016/17

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