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How to Create a Performing Arts Video Work Sample, Part 3: Crafting the Sample

Editing footage and presenting your video Part Two in this series (“Plan, Then Shoot”) was about filming your performance. Now, let’s talk about how to package and polish that footage as a work sample. Editing “Curtain shots are death” — Ethany Uttech, Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC)  “An electric, pin-drop moment onstage might be completely devoid…

How to Create a Performing Arts Video Work Sample (Part 2 of 3): Plan, Then Shoot.

Tips for hiring a pro or doing it yourself. The first installment of this series was all about context – your video work sample as part of an application. Now, let’s talk about capturing the footage. The key is planning ahead. Because you’re introducing a new, technical aspect into your work by filming it, you’ll need…

#videoworksample NYFA’s three-part guide to creating a performing arts video work sample expands its reach to social media this week, as guide author Lisa Szolovits, NYFA’s Researcher, Artist Resources, takes to our Twitter to answer questions from readers. Tag questions #videoworksample, and follow along with the conversation here.  Part 2 of the guide will be…