With Stephen Nachtigall, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Art, Humboldt State University
This class focuses on working processes for digital video editing from file management and organization to editing, compositing and color correction in Adobe PremierePro. You will learn the fundamentals of video editing tools and how to compose unique, creative and compelling time-based media.
This class is offered in a hybrid online format. It will meet online Thursdays from 5-7 p.m., and asynchronously throughout the week.
The class will be held online using the Zoom platform. Students will need to download the application on their desktop or smartphone to participate in the class. For ages 16 years or older.
This class may be offered in spring 2022.
Stephen Nachtigall is a visual artist working in Arcata, California, and currently serves as assistant professor of digital media at Humboldt State University. He has exhibited throughout Canada, the United States, Scotland and Germany. He received a BFA in sculpture from the Alberta University of the Arts and an MFA in studio art from the University of Oregon. His artwork considers the ways in which human and non-human relationships occur through a mediated perspective. His practice utilizes mixed and multidisciplinary mediums which include hand-crafted and digital approaches while exploring found, sourced, remixed or appropriated materials.