SLICE: Sound Effects for Movies

May 3, 2023

3:00- 5:00

Maine Film Center + Waterville Creates

Paul J Schupf Art Center, 93 Main St, Waterville

Crash! Boom! Bang! It can be said that half of your experience in watching a film is the soundtrack. Foley art is the creation of everyday sound effects that are added to movies and video during post-production. Join filmmaker Nancy Andrews to make, record, and place sound effects cues. Students will also practice preforming
pre-recording sound effects and learn about the art of microphone placement and sound mixing.
Careers highlighted: foley artist, sound design, foley mixer
Ages 13-18

Nancy Andrews is a filmmaker, artist, musician. Six of her experimental films are in the collection at The Museum of Modern Art and in 2008 she was a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow. Her films have screened extensively at museums and festivals throughout the world. She teaches at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine.

What is SLICE?
SLICE is a free program for teens and stands for Students Learning Innovative and Creative Endeavors. For this series of teen programs, we are partnering with arts professionals throughout the state, to provide young people with unique experiences to learn more about career paths in the creative arts. Each afternoon will be packed with programming, inspiration, and pizza!

Collaborators: Waterville Public Library, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville Opera House, Maine Film Center, and Ticonic Gallery + Studios.


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