Storyboarding: A Co-Lab Artist Residency Workshop
About the Workshop
During this workshop, visiting artist Saleem Reshamwala will discuss his process for creating storyboards for films. We’ll also talk about the plan for our “Puppets Invade the Co-Lab” film and workshop some of the ideas we have for the week’s big project. Immediately following this will be an open workshop time to design and fabricate some of the set pieces for the film, based on the storyboarding concepts developed. This event is part of a residency that will culminate in a collaborative film shot over the course of the week featuring Duke community-made puppets.
About the Instructor
Saleem Reshamwala is a Durham, NC-based mediamaker. Recent awards include an Emmy-nomination for his work on implicit bias while at the New York Times, and Best Music Video at the Hip Hop Film Festival in Harlem (for G Yamazawa’s “NorthCack”). He’s documented hip hop in Croatia, Morocco, Senegal, Ethiopia, Fiji, Panama and the Democratic Republic of Congo and has studied, worked or hung out in 50 countries.
About the Location
This workshop will meet in the Rubenstein Arts Center Makerspace:
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