Education

Projectivity offers courses and workshops for all different fields including music, art, video, and fashion.  We work with schools and agencies to provide instruction to students and clients enrolled in different programs.  We also offer the similar instruction in our PAID CLASSES at our Project Lab coming soon.

Below is a list of courses and a brief outline for each class. Contact us for pricing details.

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ART

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MUSIC

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Photo/Video

ART

Our art courses focus on the themes and messages using imagery.  Participants are introduced to drawing, painting, stenciling, collage (multi-media), or spraypainting.  Professional artists work with students to help them develop subject matter, and execute final works which go on display indoors or as public art.

Art Re:Creation 

Recreate famous works of art using simple instruction and templates or create original works using different mediums. Students will learn a chosen technique and create their own art pieces to display.

  • Different styles and techniques

  • Color theory

  • Materials/medium selection

  • Collage

  • Stencils

  • Art history

Mural Mission 

Deliver a message and brighten up a neighborhood or school by creating a mural to display to a big audience. Students will work with a professional muralist and street artist to paint a design and paint a themed mural.

  • Large-scale design techniques

  • Scale/dimensions

  • Materials and surfaces and different kinds of paint

  • Projectors

  • Themes and community outreach

  • History of street art

Design Yourself 

Use technology to create your own graphic arts project.  Learn professional grade software to create and edit original designs or alter photos.  Students will incorporate all different elements of design to create an original flyer/sign of their

  • Learn different software and hardware including digital drawing pads and tablets

  • Basic design techniques

  • Typography

  • Color theory

  • File types and applications

FOR CLASS SCHEDULE AND TO REGISTER, VISIT PROJECT LAB. 

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MUSIC

Projectivity offers music classes and workshops introducing participants to different aspects of music production, recording, engineering/mixing, DJing, marketing/promoting material, etc.  In each class, students will learn the fundamentals of using technology to create music.  They will work with industry standard software and equipment to produce and record their own songs or compositions.

Spinning Your Sound – DJing

Work with professionals to learn how to DJ or get better at your craft.  At the end of each program, participants will create and record a 5 minute personalized DJ mix with demonstrating their own style, taste, and skill set.

Learn:

  • Different software/hardware

  • Beatmatching

  • Blending/Mixing

  • Scratching

  • Equipment setup

  • Performing

Music Production – Recording and Producing

Meet and learn from major record label producers the basic techniques of music production.  Become familiar with all type of instruments, genres, and sounds in order to create and record a personalized piece of music.

Learn:

  • Different software/hardware

  • Sound selection

  • Song structure

  • Audio vs. MIDI

  • Loops and sampling

  • Recording techniques

  • Equipment setup

Audio Engineering  – Recording, producing, mixing

Learn the art and science of recording, engineering, and mixing high-quality audio for all different projects including songs, audio books, podcasts and more.  Work with our studio engineers to record and mix your own content to share with the world

Learn:

  • Different software/hardware

  • Equipment setup

  • Recording voices and instruments

  • Effect plug-ins and VSTs

  • Mixing techniques

  • File types and applications

  • Different types of engineering (live, studio, television, etc.)

TO VIEW SCHEDULE AND REGISTER FOR CLASSES, VISIT PROJECT LAB. 

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PHOTO/VIDEO

Projectivity stresses the importance of documenting events and important projects in the community.  We train students in the fields of photography and videography, giving them the necessary tools to create quality visual output, capturing events and efforts from local artists, agencies, schools, and other community assets.

Video Program

Our video courses offer different kinds of experiences related to filmmaking. Students will work with professionals to learn the basics of camera operation, different studio equipment, storyboards, editing software, and other video fundamentals such as how to conduct interviews in a professional studio, capture on-site footage in the community, and edit their content to share with the world.

PSA (Personal Stories in Action) – Screenplay/Short Film 

Work with a director/screenwriter to learn the different roles involved in creating and filming a screenplay.  Students will make mini movies and get to experience each different role as writer/director, filmer, and actor.

Learn:

  • Storyboards

  • Film components

  • Script writing

  • Set design/wardrobe

  • Basic camera equipment use

Show Yourself – Documentary 

Professional filmers will work with students to show them the process of documentary filmmaking.  Final projects include telling a personal story, interviewing someone on camera, or researching a topic and reporting on it through video

Learn:

  • How to research and interviews

  • Outlines

  • Film techniques

  • Stage/screen setup

  • Camera setup and operation

  • Lighting

  • Basic video editing

Engineering Your Vision – Video Production

Learn the behind the scenes work involved with creating video content.  After learning detailed camera setup and other basic equipment operation, students will learn video editing in order to produce, edit and export their own video content

  • Camera setup and operation

  • Lighting and equipment setup

  • Video editing techniques

  • Adding titles and credits

  • Video transitions and effects

  • File types and uses

TO VIEW SCHEDULE AND REGISTER FOR CLASSES, VISIT PROJECT LAB. 

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