Elements of Drama by Mrs. Alicea

Elements of Drama by Mrs. Alicea

Overview of the elements of Drama.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.

Elements of Art: Space | KQED Arts

Elements of Art: Space | KQED Arts

Space is always part of a work of art, sometimes in multiple ways. Follow along with the final installment of our Elements of Art series as we dive deep into the complex role that Space plays in the visual arts. Using site specific art as a starting point, we highlight the specifc techniques that artists use to control and manipulate Space in their work.

Elements of Art: Color | KQED Arts

Elements of Art: Color  |  KQED Arts

Brush up on your knowledge of color in the sixth installment of our Elements of Art series. By considering the vital and vibrant work of the Color Field painters of the 1950s and 60s, we get a glimpse of how powerful a role color plays in art.

Working In The Theatre: Projection Design with Jeff Sugg

Working In The Theatre: Projection Design with Jeff Sugg

Theatre is alchemy. It's elements of scenic, lighting, costumes, and performers coming together to tell a story larger than their individual parts. According to Jeff Sugg, “Projection Designers are the mad scientists of sorts." An Obie, Lucille Lortel, and Henry Hewes Award winner, Sugg has created the Projection Designs for The Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island, Macbeth, Secondhand Lions, Mountaintop, Bring It On: The Musical, and more. Projection design is a young art in the theatre world, with projection degrees becoming available in the last few years. Jeff Sugg shares his journey from lighting and scenic design to his current profession of projections. Through the ever changing technology for projections, watch as Sugg shares his creative process involving both new and old methods of projections. For more information on Jeff Sugg's work, visit http://jeffsugg.com/ For more information on the American Theatre Wing, visit http://americantheatrewing.org

Elements of Art: Value | KQED Arts

Elements of Art: Value | KQED Arts

Artists are able to create the illusion of light by being able to produce a wide variety of values. In our fifth episode on the Elements of Art, we explore how artists produce and use different color and tonal values.

Church Stage Design - 3 Small Church Stage Design Ideas

Church Stage Design - 3 Small Church Stage Design Ideas

Click to see the full post: https://prochurchtools.com/3-small-church-stage-design-ideas/ Click to download - 101 Website Tools For The Modern Church: http://prochurchtools.com/website Just because you're a smaller church, doesn't mean you can't have a brilliant stage design. I'm going to share with you 3 small church stage design ideas. **SHOWNOTES** Idea 1. The most important part of your stage design is your lighting. Idea 2. Coroplast is still the king of budget stage designs. Idea 3. Final stage design idea on a budget uses PVC pipe. PVP Pipe Link - http://www.churchstagedesignideas.com/patterned-pvc/ Creative Pastor Link - http://thecreativepastor.com/how-to-create-big-stages-with-small-budgets/ Church Planter Budget Podcast - https://prochurchtools.com/pcp041/ Jonathan Malm Podcast - https://prochurchtools.com/pcp026/ Church Stage Design Ideas - http://www.churchstagedesignideas.com/ Brady Shearer on Social Media: https://facebook.com/prochurchtools https://instagram.com/bradyshearer https://snapchat.com/bradyshearer1 https://twitter.com/bradyshearer The most important thing to remember here is that lighting is the most important element when it comes to your stage design. Prioritize lighting, and then use adaptable and inexpensive materials like coroplast and PVC pipe to supplement your lighting. We also have a FREE guide on how to take your website to the next level - so watch our video and download our FREE guide to get all the tips and tricks you need.

Working in the Theatre: Lighting Design

Working in the Theatre: Lighting Design

A technician, an artist, a magician... What does a Lighting Designer do in the theatre? We dive deep with Tony Awards​-winning Lighting Designers Natasha Katz and Howell Binkley, as we explore the assortment of creative and technical goals in developing a story through lights on stage. Learn about the history of the field, the equipment, and the artistry of design as Natasha Katz and Howell Binkley show us their work at the PRG: Live​ showroom and onstage at Hamilton: An American Musical​ and Aladdin - The Musical​. Learn more about the American Theatre Wing at http://americantheatrewing.org Learn more about Aladdin the Musical at http://www.aladdinthemusical.com Learn more about Hamilton the Musical at http://www.hamiltonbroadway.com Learn more about PRG at http://www.prg.com

‘Shape’ Visual element of Graphic Design / Design theory Ep4/45 [Beginners guide to Graphic Design]

‘Shape’ Visual element of Graphic Design / Design theory Ep4/45 [Beginners guide to Graphic Design]

In this video I am going to discuss the third key visual element, and discuss ‘Shape’ as a visual element in Graphic Design. Enjoy ***************** DOWNLOAD LINKS: SERIES PDF WORKSHEET: Download the free course PDF from the main overview video: https://youtu.be/WONZVnlam6U ***************** This video is part of a 45 part series: SERIES OVERVIEW 00 - Beginners guide to Graphic Design / Series overview https://youtu.be/WONZVnlam6U SECTION 1 - GRAPHIC DESIGN THEORY 01 - What is Graphic Design? https://youtu.be/dFSia1LZI4Y 02 - ‘Line’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/F0PTse89XIE 03 - ‘Colour’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/byDNMLTuOqI 04 - ‘Shape’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/5jprIWG8f5g 05 - ‘Texture’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/hECQpBM0b0Q 06 - ‘Space’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/M9GZs7xpCdY 07 - ‘Form’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/N0F4O6gP3VA 08 - ‘Typography’ Visual element of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/d5ZbjSUku44 09 - ‘Contrast’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/r0SAPEw0ru4 10 - ‘Hierarchy’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/RlTZ98UXldw 11 - ‘Alignment’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/2kokQi9vb6E 12 - ‘Balance’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/bDZ9QMA2Bdc 13 - ‘Proximity’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/xUdqSiI_G8Y 14 - ‘Repetition’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/u55BW6WBqVU 15 - ‘Simplicity’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/iXD2WKKlxGk 16 - ‘Function’ Design principle of Graphic Design https://youtu.be/S4KNwVx8ATM SECTION 2 - CONSIDERING A CAREER IN GRAPHIC DESIGN 17 - Why do Graphic Design? / Pro’s & Con’s https://youtu.be/WDhG9lPNWEQ 18 - Should I do Graphic Design? https://youtu.be/CE9YeZKbfWE 19 - Practical skills to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/0qRT3JI7OsY 20 - Psychological skills to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/oaNzjtx9jjo 21 - Talent to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/94wiGfEiebg 22 - ‘Learn & Research’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer https://youtu.be/6Umc7NDNfUM 23 - ‘Collect’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer’ https://youtu.be/CbRHX8CqoI0 24 - ‘Be inspired’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer’ https://youtu.be/yvHzk-BH4qA 25 - ‘Practice’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer’ https://youtu.be/t4OI5xxtRG0 26 - ‘Seek Education’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer https://youtu.be/kRcZcsPt9xg 27 - Books to read as a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/Jj0Mmn21uBQ 28 - Education to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/rqCPJKHxPUk 29 - Do I need to go to University or Art College to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/jw4sjBt0zK8 30 - Qualifications to be a graphic designer https://youtu.be/5rkjN9LCQ5Q SECTION 3 - BECOMING A GRAPHIC DESIGNER 31 - Equipment to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/sMgdpiqkRBQ 32 - What programs do I need to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/ydrZl_JVHNw 33 - The Graphic Design portfolio https://youtu.be/wko2_r261Bw 34 - Print or digital graphic design portfolio https://youtu.be/m6c3WWoiIHw 35 - The Graphic Design CV https://youtu.be/ZmvQlhbFcic 36 - Career change to be a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/jR-o18D-LyY 37 - ‘Apply your skills’ How do I begin as a Graphic Designer’ https://youtu.be/SST4W6dzwRQ 38 - How to find a job as a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/EaQFJ9mnG0E 39 - Interview preparation to be a Graphic Designer https://youtu.be/FpCqLpeCA7I 40 - Questions you're asked at a Graphic Design Interview https://youtu.be/PAHq4uIz06M 41 - Questions to ask at a graphic design interview https://youtu.be/8S3GPsf-1mc 42 - Interview tips to be a Graphic Designer https://youtu.be/0eY0qSWhrTc SECTION 4 - GRAPHIC DESIGN & BEYOND 43 - What's the industry like for a Graphic Designer? https://youtu.be/qI1xWMUcTSs 44 - Further your Graphic Design career https://youtu.be/cwEzmNs5_t8 45 - Education to further your Graphic Design career https://youtu.be/i9YfBiGYg3E ***************** ‘Beginners Guide to Graphic Design’ series and all associated files created and composed by Gareth David of TastyTuts.com Copyright TastyTuts © All Rights Reserved Content may be distributed freely for educational purposes only Website: tastytuts.com Contact: Tastytuts@me.com ***************** TastyTuts Subscribe to be notified of future up and coming tutorials. Like The Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/TastyTuts/145587595531590?ref=hl

Elements of Art: Texture | KQED Arts

Elements of Art: Texture | KQED Arts

We tend to think of art as mainly something to look at. However, many artists spend a lot of time and effort trying to stimulate other senses. In this fourth installment of our Elements of Art series, we look at how visual artists try to engage our sense of touch. Follow along and discover the myriad ways artists create and use texture. http://www.kqed.org/artschool

An Introduction to Greek Theatre

An Introduction to Greek Theatre

For background detail on Greek theatre productions at the National Theatre, see our online exhibit http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/exhibit/greek-drama-at-the-national-theatre/gQY_KfFn This film explores the defining aspects of Greek Theatre. The theatre of Ancient Greece flourished between 550 BC and 220 BC. A festival honouring the god Dionysus was held in Athens, out of which three dramatic genres emerged: tragedy, comedy and the satyr play. Western theatre has its roots in the theatre of Ancient Greece and the plays that originated there. This collection features video about Greek theatre and productions of Greek plays staged at the National Theatre. Featured in this film are experts Edith Hall, professor of Classics at Kings College, London, Laura Swift from the Open University, Dr Sean McElvoy from Varndean College, Brighton and actor Michael Grady-Hall from the cast of Antigone. This film includes performance footage from the 2012 National Theatre production of Antigone, directed by Polly Findlay, starring Christopher Eccleston as Creon and Jodie Whittaker in the title role. This film was made and directed by Chloe White for the National Theatre. Discover more about the art of making theatre with the National Theatre: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/discover Bookshop: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/bookshop Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nationaltheatre Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/national.theatre.london iTunes: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/itunes TES: http://www.tes.co.uk/nationaltheatre

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