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ACMI Seeks Victorian Students for Hothouse ’16

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ACMI Seeks Victorian Students for Hothouse ’16

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Victorian Government are seeking applications from students in the state of Victoria enrolled in years 10-12 for the Hothouse 2016: Virtual Reality program. Applications for this “ultimate incubator for emerging media artists” are due by May 27, 2016 (acmi.net.au/hothouse).

Hothouse is a week-long, intensive program for local youth aimed at nurturing creativity and moving image skills. Ten students are selected each year to participate in an action-packed studio environment, where they will gain hands-on production experience, contacts in the industry and career inspiration. This year’s Hothouse is set for June 27-July 1 and is free for selected participants. Support for those living outside the Melbourne metro area is also available.

The program is structured around a production timeline and allows students to develop vital skills for the creative industries including idea development and research, scripting, design, filming, editing, post-production time management and planning skills. Participants will have the use of ACMI’s state-of-the-art production facilities including a fully equipped media studio, editing suites and sound booths. Collaborating in small groups to create a virtual reality, the week culminates in an exhibition of the students’ work, showing their creative endeavours to friends, family and teachers.

Hothouse - A week-long intensive program for Victorian students in Years 10 to 12, aimed at nurturing creativity and moving image skills

Hothouse – A week-long intensive program for Victorian students in Years 10 to 12, aimed at nurturing creativity and moving image skills

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