Get active with the arts this Easter at Leeds Met
Aimed at professionals wanting to refresh and broaden their skills, students, graduates, teachers, lecturers and those contemplating a change of career or to build on a hobby, the week-long programme of short courses will run from Saturday 12 to Saturday 19 April, with courses ranging in length from two days to the full week.
Head of Enterprise for the School of Film, Music and Performing Arts at Leeds Met, Jennifer Granville, explains: "If you are interested in Film, Music and Performing Arts, then this is your opportunity to dive in. With state-of-the-art facilities, industry-professional tutors and cutting edge equipment, our School of Film, Music and Performing Arts has developed a wide range of creative opportunities for anyone wanting to develop their interest and talent. There is something for everyone at every level."
A sample of courses on offer includes: Audition Technique (geared towards those planning to audition for drama schools or performance courses), Camera and Lighting - using the Northern Film School's studios and equipment; Keyboard Skills for Computer Musicians, Wildlife Filming, Animation and Acting for Screen - with many other innovative options.
The School of Film, Music and Performing Arts delivers a wide range of short courses, offering the opportunity to gain experience in specific specialist areas through hands-on, intensive, practical workshops which are available for all levels of ability - there is something for everyone from professionals to keen amateurs.
All courses are taught by professional practitioners in Northern Film School's state-of-the-art studio spaces at either the Electric Press in Millennium Square or at the University's Headingley Campus.