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DAC welcomes new artistic forms of expression

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The intersections of performance and cinema abound. From performance art to dance film, this unique festival will feature a wide array of moving image art forms.
“Vision All Together” is on display through Feb. 4 in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at Durango Arts Center.Guest Curator/Artist Lecture, 5:30 p.m. today (Jan. 20) with Adam Forrester and Scott Rhea in the DAC Theatre.Performance Art for Video Festival Film Screening: 7:30 p.m. today (Jan. 20). Cost is $8 students, $10 DAC members, $12 general, free for workshop attendees. Purchase tickets online at www.durangoarts.org. Moving Image Video Art Workshop: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday with Adam Forrester and Stacey Sotosky. Reed Library, Room 2B, Fort Lewis College. $110 for student/DAC Member, $130 for nonmember.Interested in creating performance art videos? Learn fundamental techniques and aesthetic possibilities for creating moving image performance art. This workshop will provide an overview of video production for performance art. Students will develop an idea, create a production plan, operate a DSLR camera and edit video in Final Cut Pro X. Additional topics will include green screen and chroma keying techniques. No previous knowledge of digital cinema is necessary.

DAC welcomes new artistic forms of expression

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