Upcoming Online Workshop: Visual Storytelling with Filmmaker Brian Muña
UPDATE: Enrollment is full and our waitlist is full for our two-part Art+Ideas Visual Storytelling Workshop with Brian Muña! Thank you so much for your interest and support, and please stay tuned for more Art+Ideas workshops!!
Humanities Guåhan is offering a free online two-part beginner’s workshop in May led by local filmmaker and photographer Brian Muña, as part of a new program called Art + Ideas.
Participants will explore the art of visual storytelling, learn about composition, and create a 1-2 minute film or documentary with their mobile phone or device of choice.
Both sessions will be held on consecutive Saturdays—May 23 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and May 30 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Registration is required by May 19 at: http://art-plus-ideas_brian-muna.eventbrite.com.
Filmmaker Brian Muña is a Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) awardee, best known for his short films, “Luther” and “Plastic Bag.”
Required materials for the workshop include: a mobile phone or other recording device, headphones, and a reliable internet connection. Workshop participants are also encouraged to use a computer and find a quiet space for the duration of the workshop.
For more information, email Program Coordinator Nicole Dueñas at email@example.com.
Art+Ideas explores the intersection of the creative arts—filmmaking, the visual and performance arts, traditional art making, poetry, creative nonfiction, culinary arts—and the humanities.
Through an ongoing series of immersive and experiential workshops, along with readings, conversations and presentations with students, teachers, scholars, writers, artists, chefs and the larger public, Humanities Guåhan will engage our community around timely topics and ideas relevant to Guam and the Asia-Pacific region through creative and artistic forms of expression and interpretation.
Workshops will take place online in accordance with social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Art+Ideas is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency, Government of Guam, and the Office of the Governor.