Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

To register for our FREE members’ workshops:

• Email technical@pavedarts.ca
• Call Lenore at 306-652-5502 ext 3
• Drop in – Upstairs at 424 20 ST W, Saskatoon, SK

Find out how to become a member today!

COMING UP:

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Tuesday, April 17, 7-10pm
DIY & Independent Filmmaking WorkshopPart 1: Pre Production & Development
w/ Kyle Zurevinski and Gavin Baird

Part 1: Learn everything that goes into developing and scheduling a micro-budget feature film and web-series. From making call-sheets to casting actors, you will learn how to prep production of a film with little to no money. No previous experience required, other than a love of movies.

Gavin Baird is an independent filmmaker based out of Saskatoon,SK. He holds an Honours Diploma from The Recording Arts Institute of Saskatoon. He recently directed the feature film, The Big Gust!, and the four episode sitcom, Four in a Blanket. He is currently working on his next feature film.

Kyle Zurevinski is a photographer, new media artist, and film producer from Saskatoon, SK currently completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts and BA in Art History from the University of Saskatchewan. His work has been shown at the Frances Morrison Library Gallery for his series “vVIBEZz”, OSAC and AKA’s provincial traveling showcase: “Futures”, the Darrell Bell Gallery and the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery. In2017 he was a national finalist for the The Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship and is currently nominated for the inaugural Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award. As producer he has worked on his first feature film “The Big Gust!”, the upcoming web series “Four in a Blanket” made with the support from Creative Saskatchewan, and is currently working on pre-production for his next feature film.

Members: Free!
Non-members: $50/Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed
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Tuesday, April 24, 7-10pm
DIY & Independent Filmmaking Workshop Part 2: Production & Post-Production
w/ Kyle Zurevinski and Gavin Baird

Part 2: Using your knowledge learned about pre-production and development, we will dive into production and post-production of the projects! From renting gear to stealing locations, you will learn how to make a film and not pay for anything.

Members: Free!
Non-members: $50/Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed

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Saturday May 5th, 12-4pm
Exploring Processes for Experimental Audio
w/ Tod Emel

With a continually expanding catalogue of accessible and user friendly tools for creative audio practices, it is easy to get bogged down in the minutiae of technique. This workshop looks more generally at how audio artists can design open processes to create dynamic sonic worlds. Starting with a brief overview of the artist’s own site-specific practice, we will examine methods for integrating field recording, sampling, Electroacoustic improvisation and digital processing in the studio. We will focus on the tools and equipment available through the PAVED Arts Production Centre so participants do not need to bring their own. While it won’t be a heavy technical part of the workshop, I will walk through my own workflow in an Ableton Live set which will be available to download ahead of time if users would like to bring their laptops and follow along. I will also provide links to online sources for several digital audio workstations, samples, software, hardware and tutorials. Whether you’re new to audio art or a seasoned veteran looking to punctuate your practice with some novel experimentation, this workshop is designed to help you get the most out of your time in the studio.

Tod Emel currently lives in Saskatoon where he maintains an active curatorial and multimedia studio practice. He regularly performs locally as a solo artist, as well as with the collaborative audio visual noise jammers Psychic Driving Range and his latest freak jazz project Muttering. He has presented his audio work at local and national festivals. From 2008-11, Tod served as the Director of AKA Gallery in Saskatoon where he initiated the Sounds Like audio art festival in 2011. In 2015, Tod formed the Unheard Sound collective along with Travis Cole and Chad Munson, presenting curated experimental audio art events. Unheard recently adopted the Sounds Like festival. Tod has served as a juror for the Saskatchewan Arts Board and at the Canada Council for the Arts. Tod is represented by Darrell Bell Gallery in Saskatoon.

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Saturday May 12th, 12-4pm
Pinhole Photography Workshop
w/ Brianna Whitmore and Kyle Zurevinski

PAVED Arts is excited to celebrate worldwide Pinhole Photography Day with with Brianna Whitmore and Kyle Zurevinski as they offer hands-on workshop opportunities for youth and producing membership in our community.

This one day workshop will have participants take photos outside with handmade pinhole cameras and process their images in the darkroom at PAVED Arts.

Brianna Whitmore had her first pinhole photography experience when she was in high school and she had so much fun! This sparked an strong desire to delve deeper into film photography, further pursuing it in high school, university, and beyond. She is excited to now share this experience with teens and adults who have never had the opportunity. It’s a great way to learn about traditional black and white film photography using a simple diy camera. It is also a perfect introduction to darkroom chemistry and understanding how to create your own prints. It’s all about experimentation and exploration!

Kyle Zurevinski is a photographer, new media artist, and film producer from Saskatoon,SK currently completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts and BA in Art History from the University of Saskatchewan. His work has been shown at the Frances Morrison Library Gallery for his series “vVIBEZz”, OSAC and AKA’s provincial traveling showcase: “Futures”, the Darrell Bell Gallery and the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery. In 2017 he was a national finalist for the The Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship and is currently nominated for the inaugural Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award. As producer he has worked on his first feature film “The Big Gust!”, the upcoming web series “Four in a Blanket” made with the support from Creative Saskatchewan, and is currently working on pre-production for his next feature film.

Members: $10 (Supply Fee)
Non-members:$60 ($50/Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed + $10 Supply Fee)

To register for this workshop, email Lenore at technical@pavedarts.ca

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About Memberships:
Did you know? PAVED member perks include free work-shops and darkroom plus artist-priced access to equipment rentals, video editing suite, digital photo suite, audio suite, event space rentals, and more. Our Darkroom Suite is always free for our members to use!

Fee: $50/year ($25 for Student/Underemployed)
To buy/renew your membership, please contact Lenore at
technical@pavedarts.ca or 306-652-5502 ext. 3

www.pavedarts.ca/membership

 

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