Dynamic Media Senior Projects: ISMA and FVIM-400-F001-2014 - Senior Media 1

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Welcome to FVIM 400 Fall 2014 and your graduating year.


GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING ALL PROJECTS


course outline
File:ISMA FVIM 400 Course Outline-f'14 .pdf

must reads
Dynamic Media Policies
Stations and Usage

Course Description

Website catalogue description | www.ecuad.ca
This senior studio course acts as a forum for the critical and artistic development of ISMA and FVIM students’ grad projects, which reflect a culmination of what students have learned in their years of study in media. A high level of self-directed activity is expected, along with participation in peer group and class discussion, presentations and critiques. Students will develop their grad project through proposal, pre-production and production phases with the medium, form and content of their choosing.

This course is your segue from student to professional life. Engagement in the seminar groups (both in session with Dennis and Fiona and amongst independently meeting groups) should be considered a professional commitment. They should be approached with generosity, supportive critical engagement and in the spirit of professionalizing the work of all of your peers.

Senior Media I /Interactive and Social Media Advanced I
FVIM/ISMA 400
Wednesdays 1pm – 7:20pm
September 10, 2014
Term end date December 5, 2012
Location Room 406 Prerequisites 3rd Year Media Arts Instructor Dennis Burke + Fiona Bowie Fax 604-844-3801 Office number Room DB-461SB FB 406SB dburke@ecuad.ca , bowiefb@ecuad.ca

Office hours By appointment

Seminar Groups

Groups


Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E
Tommy Richardson 400

Justin Djamtorki 400
Fiona Hao 400
Micaelee Hanson 400
Yasemin Duru 400
Matt 400
Rooz 400
Luke Pellizzari 400
Alonso Benavente Fortes 400
Sarah Noa Bozenhardt 400
Juan Monsalve Sosa 400
Hermosa Farca 400
Emil Olsen 400
Tina Lantian Chen 400
Darren Devlin 400
Lawrence Le Lam 400
John Deveaux 400
Sheryl Yang 400
Maxime Cyr-Morton 400
Savannah Howard 400
Manuel Correa 400
Di Mo 400

Information on Senior Dynamic Media Projects FALL'14 - Seminar Groups

ALL PROJECT UPDATES (SCRIPT DRAFTS, SCHEMATICS, DESIGNS, REHEARSALS, ETC. ETC.) MUST BE POSTED and kept current on the wiki. Also, as stated in the course outline, each member of the seminar groups are required to write a short (approx. 100 word) update of the current state and progress of their projects. This will be emailed the other group members (as well as Dennis and Fiona)a minimum of 24 hours in advance of each of the 3 scheduled seminar meetings. Both these pre-seminar reports and the seminar itself will be graded. (report 5% per seminar, Seminar itself 10%) for a final grade weighting of 45%.
It is recommended groups try to meet between their official seminar times to support and advise on their project development.

SCHEDULE FOR SEMINAR GROUPS and Classes

ATTENDANCE FOR ALL Full classes w GUESTS MANDATORY (an automatic deduction of 5% for every full class or 10% seminar group missed)

Week 1 Sept. 10


1pm:
• Introductions, overview, course outline.
• Discuss grad projects and logistics.
• Studio space
• Designing your grad project from concept to completion.


familiarize yourself with our wiki space
In class Assignment:
Before the break the seminar groups will esemble.over the next 30 min. group members will introduce themselves a try to get familiar with the essence of the proposed projects or area of interest. Upon returning from the break each group will present to the class. Each member of the group will present another member. We want to know their name, where they were born, interest in being in the class and an overview of their interest and hopefully a summary of their project. Each presentation should be 3-4 min.

For next week: Group A prepares and distributes one page to other group members by 12:00 Sept. 17.
Select a writing, film clip, and/or images that influence your approach to your grad project and present to the seminar group. Discuss your research questions and sources.
Description of your project, influences and research questions to faculty.


week 2. Sept. 17th

Production overview details for all Dynamic Media ISMA and FVIM students. 1:00 pm - Full Class meets.
We will begin with discussing a breakdown of Production Steps and Documentation. This will give us an overview of what will be expected as documentation on the wiki.
This will dovetail into be a meeting with the techs from both areas to give us a rundown of available resources, practices and procedures. As well at this time we will beginning booking the major film shoots that will be happening over the semester.
Studio techs from both ISMA and FVIM will be there to field question about the process.

WALL Production Calendar in room 406 -
This is to get students to start creating a calendar for their final year (both FVIM/ISMA 400 and 410 in the spring). - What are your proposed dates for development/research for digital projects or installations; for video, sound or film- shooting/or production
- What AV equipment or other ( Computers, RED, or outside sourced production equipment)/
- Who are the Principle investigators, crew or assistants if applicable such as collaborators, Coder(s), Production Design, AD, Cinematographer, Sculptor, sound designer, technician etc)



After the break we have scheduled 2 workshops. First we have Matt coming in to give a detailed workshop on the Black Magic cameras.


At 4pm Haig Armen will be joining us to talk about prototyping, a crucial step in the digital workflow.

NB Seminar Group A WILL NOT MEET THIS WEEK!!

week 3. Sept. 24th

Work on research and script production work book

1:00 – 2:15
Guest alumni- Ben Leob


The class will begin with a visit alumni Ben Leob. Ben graduated from the FVIM program 3 years ago and has been successful with a number of Media Arts projects since.(75.min)

2:15 Seminar Group A will meet for their first meeting (rescheduled from Sept.17)
4:00 Seminar Group B will meet for their first meeting.

week 4. Oct. 1

Work on research and production work book. Define what decisions need to be made for your project and prep further research questions and sources for discussion October 3
1:00 - Group C SEMINAR I with DB+FB


3:30 - Group D SEMINAR I with DB+FB


week 5. Oct 8th

Pre-Production phase of work
DEADLINE FOR Master outline for project
or
for films FINISHED SCRIPTS

1:00- Guest Linda Ohama
3:30 - Group E SEMINAR I with DB+FB


week 6. Oct. 15"'

Pre-Production phase of work
1:00 1- Guest (TBC)
2- Considerations for the production phase. Defining workflow for production and post. Rafael Tsuchida and Bobbi Kosinuck

3:30 - Group A SEMINAR II with DB + FB

week 7. Oct. 22"'

Production phase of work
1:00 - Group B SEMINAR II with DB+FB
3:30 - Group C SEMINAR II with DB+FB



week 8. Oct 29th

Production phase of work
1:00 – Group D SEMINAR II with DB+FB

3:30 - Group E SEMINAR II with DB+FB

week 9. Nov 5th

Production phase of work
MIDTERM PANELS
Students prepare and present a concise presentation of work in progress outlining production work flow, pre-production, production/shooting schedule
1: 00- production (completion)
Students will present their production schedules, technical aspects of production and workflow to a panel including Faculty and Technicians.

ALL DAY: MID-TERM PANELS. Schedule TBA

3:30 - ALL DAY: MID-TERM PANELS S. Con’t.

week 10. Nov 12

Production phase of work
1:00 – Individual meetings/guest


3:30 - Group A SEMINAR III with DB+FB

week 11. Nov 19th

Production phase of work
1:00 – Group B SEMINAR III with DB+FB

3:30 - Group C SEMINAR III with DB+FB

week 12. Nov 26th

Production phase ends Prep for presentation to class as scheduled


1:00 - Group D SEMINAR III with DB+FB

3:30 - Group E SEMINAR III with DB+FB

Upcoming Grad Panels Prep for presentation to class as scheduled and grad review panel.
All students enrolled in FVIM 400 and ISMA 400 are required to participate in the 4th year review panels held in the last week of the semester. 4th Year Review Panels provide you with the opportunity for an objective critique of your body of work by faculty not necessarily connected to your curriculum. FVIM and ISMA recognize the value of the panels as an essential part of the development of each student's art practice and learning experience. Any student not participating in the review panel process will receive a 20% reduction in their final grade.
Presentation Details –FVIM and ISMA Review Panels:

• On the day of your review panel you will be expected to present a representation of this term’s project(s). Please install or present your work with care and attention.

• Students requiring equipment from AV (other than the projector/computer set up provided) are responsible for booking, set up and return of equipment. Remember to book well in advance.

• The format of the review may include some or all of the following: updated work to date (a must); a brief verbal presentation related to your work; analytical or critical comments from the panel members; individual questions by panel members; informal discussion and/or recommendations.

• In preparation for the review panel, determine how you will present your work, both physically and intellectually. Be prepared to discuss the content of the work; its formal attributes; medium; the anticipated development of the work; the intentions of the work; and its ideological position or framework. You may also consider discussing the position of this work relative to work by other artists and/or historical precedents.


== Week 13. Dec 3. Review panels

Review Panels Tues, Dec 3 to Fri, Dec 7–

No studio classes

Note: presentations at grad review panels are required and graded.

Production checklist

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integrated media or ISMA Treatment | Research and planning | Project Summary (for interactive, installation or digital work)

Film Script (latest version if doing film or narrative work)

• Scheduling (timeline, needs to be specific) start and end times for each stage

integrated media or ISMA list of Collaborators or crew for sound, interactive or installation work. (Coders, technicians etc.)

Film Crew list with positions (and subs) for film production

integrated media or ISMA Iterations of design ongoing (including Schematic | Plans | Material samples | Maquette (for installation)

• Equipment (rentals)

• Catering • Shoot schedule w/locations, track confirmations

• Insurance

• Budget

• Directors script breakdown and shot list

• Character Analysis and background

• Casting information (who, when, where)

• Location information (permissions)

• Visual reference/style

• Storyboards

• Pre-production + shotlist

• Production Design

• Editing Notes

• Coverage, cutaways

• Sound notes, design, location concerns

• Production reports

• Releases

• Camera reports

• Production stills

Other links, outlines, protocols, interview tips

File:ISMA FVIM 400 Course Outline-f'14 .pdf
Dynamic Media Policies
Stations and Usage
assignment will be posted: ( link will work) File:Senior Studio ISMA Production.pdf
assignment will be posted: ( link will work) File:Senior Studio FVIM Media Production.pdf
File:Ethics Protocol.pdf Included in this consideration for non-documentary based, non- subject research based works: Social Ethics of subjects represented.
File:Interviewing tips.pdf