Learn the basics of setting up your editing work station on Adobe Premiere Pro and then go over some easy/effortless experimental editing techniques that are beginner-friendly. You will finish with an introduction to Montage Theory, sources for fair-use footage, and a quick brainstorm/collective feedback session for projects that workshop attendees are working on.
Image Credit: Kalina Nedelcheva
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Kalina Nedelcheva (she/they) is a multi-media artist-researcher, illustrator, emerging curator, and musician, based in Toronto, Canada. With a medal-winning MFA thesis in Criticism & Curatorial Practice from OCAD University, they explore the ways in which human consciousness engages in processes of meaning-making. With a passion for writing, film, and experimental mapping as mediums for theoretical storytelling, they channel the potential of alogical language, chaos, and montage to challenge dominant ideological practices. Their experimental shorts have been screened by Trinity Square Video, the Madavera Expojour JazzTimes Film Festival, OCAD SU Spring Festival, Toronto Arthouse Film Festival, and more. Kalina’s writing has appeared in publications such as Peripheral Review, Sidedoor Magazine, The Senses & Society Journal and she was the runner-up for C Magazine’s New Critics Award. As an emerging curator, Kalina has headed projects like “Archives of Space,” “Peculiar Movements/Green Junctions,” as well as ongoing collaborative endeavors such as “DEN and “Movement/ Nature: Guided Exercises by Artists” at the AGO.