Bare Bones iMovie
Instructor: Steven VroomSunday February 21st: 1-4 PM
Members Price: $75
Non Members Price: $135
Want to know how to get your holiday videos onto DVD? Own an Apple Computer? Bare Bones iMovie walks you through the process of capturing your video onto your computer, basic video editing, titles, transitions, and sound. Using iDVD you will take an edited movie and produce a playable simple DVD that loads and loops automatically. NOTE: This class is taught in iMovie 6.
Steven Vroom hosts the podcast "Art Radio Seattle" a weekly round up of the Visual Arts News in seattle. He has taught the Henry Art Gallery how to podcast and co-produced their first "Art Cast". As an Art Historian and Curator, Steven has taught at many Universities and Colleges across the US including: Cornish College of the Arts, The University of the South, Knox College, St. Ambrose University, and The University of Iowa. He has been using i-Movie as a basic documentary tool for eight years. He has used i-Movie to document full concerts for Monktail Creative Music Concern, Seattle Harmonic Voices and the Earshot Jazz Festival.He has shot concerts at Town Hall, EMP, Cal Anderson Park, and the Whidbey Issland Center for the Arts [WICA]. Other documentation work includes art exhibits of Maya Lin (Henry Art Gallery), Olympic Sculpture Park, Downtown Seattle Art Museum (new expansion) and various non-commercial art spaces all over Seattle. He was the official videographer for the Frye Art Museum's commissioned piece "TASK" by Oliver Herring at the Central Seattle Public Library in June of 2008.