If you’ve got the vision, we have the tools to make your film a reality.
On Monday, May 9 from 6-8 PM in the Sound+Vision Studio, learn from LPL’s Muriel Green who’s worked as an independent contractor on television shows, commercials, and feature films in the midwest for several years and earned a bachelor’s degree in film from KU.
This class is for those who have already made a video but wish to learn more techniques. This two-hour class will get you started using:
Continue your crash-course in filmmaking with Muriel with:
Kansas Public Radio’s Laura Lorson will host this year’s 780s Series and visit with Gordon about her life, musical career, and what it was like to witness punk rock enter the music mainstream in the 1990s.
Our 780s Series is an annual event celebrating a notable life in music. In the Dewey Decimal system, 780 marks all things music, a literary reference to tie in our annual library speaker series that brings musicians to Lawrence to tell the stories that influenced their music. The 780s Series is made possible through a generous private donation from the Harrison Family Fund of the Douglas County Community Foundation, and in partnership with Eleven Productions Presents and The Lawrence Public Library Foundation.
Raven Book Store will be selling copies of Kim Gordon’s New York Times best-selling memoir, Girl In A Band, for a book signing at the conclusion of the evening’s event.
TUE | May 17 | 7:30 PM | Liberty Hall
FREE — DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM NO TICKETS — GENERAL ADMISSION
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