WINTERmester Course Spotlight
Lights, Camera ... ACTION!
Work with world class cinematographer David Selle, to learn technical fundamentals of cinematography including lighting, exposure, camera operation, equipment use, safety procedures and set operations. Evaluation of aesthetics, techniques and technology of cinematography in the past and present. Instruction via lectures, viewing examples of great cinematography (movies, commercials, music videos, etc.), group discussion and hands-on demonstrations and lessons. David films documentaries, feature work and reality television to include Ice Road Truckers, Goldfathers, Animal Planet and more. Register today!
FLPA F293-FQ1, Cinematography, CRN 37672
Wednesday, January 4 - Friday, January 13, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
(No class on Sunday, January 8)
Location: Theater, Room 101
Taught by: David Selle
Degree seeking students register at UAOnline
Non-degree seeking students register here
January 4-13, 2017
WINTERmester is a compressed session that allows you to complete 3 credits before spring semester begins.
Join us for WINTER BUG CAMP
For students entering grades 3-6
December 26-30, 2016
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon
Learn about Alaska's diverse insects and how they survive during the winter in a week-long camp that will combine science and art. Discover the University of Alaska Museum’s Insect Collection and build your own collection of insects to take home. Each day we will have a short field trip outdoors to study bug habitat around the museum – and create insect artwork to celebrate the magic of these tiny animals.
Taught by: Kathryn Daly and Jayce Williamson
Location: UA Museum of the North Creativity Lab
UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning is offering you the trip of a lifetime!
Spend a minimum of six weeks studying in Alaska during summer 2017.
Space is limited. APPLY NOW!
Scotland: People, Power & Politics
September 18-October 4, 2017
Journey through the Highlands and Islands as we explore Scotland’s history, culture, myths & legends. Enjoy magnificent scenery from the highest mountain to deepest loch. Get to the real heart of the country from battlefields to beaches, bagpipes to ‘The Ben’ whilst enjoying time with local people.
Program fee: $3,500.00 per person based on double occupancy; single occupancy supplement $750. All in-country costs are covered including, hotels, lectures, entrance fees, three meals a day, tipping and ground transportation. Your transportation costs to and from Bali are not included.
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