Film and video educator/producer Matt Rossini (MFA in Film Production, UW-Milwaukee) will lead a seminar covering the essential elements of how a camera works, and the role each component plays in capturing professional quality content.
Presented by Corey Shelson (Founder, 44 North Digital Marketing).
In this interactive session, Corey will reveal his company's in-house digital marketing strategy for generating high quality sales leads, and teach you how to employ this strategy with your own business.
Mark Snyders (CPA, CA) and Rene Zwinkels (CPA, CA) of BDO Canada will present a comprehensive talk geared toward entrepreneurs looking to establish and optimize a business for legal and tax purposes. This talk will benefit entrepreneurs of all stripes, from freelance artists to tech startups.
FORWARD series returns with London Portfolio Review 2016, presented in partnership with Adam Malamis & Amanda VanDeven.
The Roast 2016 is fall cornucopia of an event. Roasted pig, bands, cider, local craft beer and apple pie, we're planning to ring in the foliage with style. You can also expect some local handmade vendors, local breweries, great entertainment, all in the beautiful backdrop of Old East Village.
Join us at UnLab and 121 Studios! Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Creative Director and Graphic Designer Breck Campbell will discuss his process of crafting a compelling design/artist portfolio. This workshop will benefit visual artists of all stripes -- graphic designers, photographers, UI/UX designers, illustrators, et al. -- who are interested in pursuing creative work professionally. GET TICKETS
Media artist Alex MacKenzie will present a closer look at the original engine of expanded cinema: the projector. Participants will explore how to work with 16mm projection devices to allow an extension of their potential and a re-purposing of their function.
Discussion and examination of the various elements of projection: light, lens, focal plane, film gate, speed, shutter, motor, bulb, and screen will all be explored with live examples and an up-close and hands-on approach.
Presented in partnership with the London Economic Development Corporation.
Presented in partnership with TechAlliance.
At Track to the Future on November 23, Natalie Panek inspired us to take risks and be aggressively curious in exploring the world around us. Jesse Hirsh challenged us to develop cognitive authorities, and consider that national and international scope and opportunity available through this project. We invite you to build on their creative vision for the Wellington Street School, and join us for an evening of community collaboration at Track to the Future 2.
This event is totally FREE, and everyone, old and young, is welcome to come and provide ideas and input.
See the link below for more event details.
In collaboration between the City of St. Thomas, the St. Thomas Public Library and the Thames Valley District School Board, the Wellington Block Innovation Centre will engage children and families in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through innovative, hands-on learning experiences. It is a space where everyone can create, make, discover, investigate and invent. The space gives users a chance to apply problem-solving skills, test and revise their ideas, experiment, collaborate, and just have fun. This would also include a Maker Space.
Tickets cost $10 per adult. Students who register will get in for free. To get your tickets of to register, follow the Eventbrite link below.
Join us for an evening to learn about strategies, tips and uncommon advice that will help startup entrepreneurs write winning applications for grants, award competitions and other opportunities. The evening is facilitated by Douglas Hagedorn of Tactalis and hosted by 121 Studios,UnLondon and TechAlliance.
Join Dr. Tim Compeau and Devon Elliott for a "lunch and learn" workshop. Discover the "Seeing the Past" Project, and enjoy a complimentary pizza lunch.
A morning of ball hacking in the sun!
Join members from across UnLondon (UnLab, 121 Studios) and the broader community, for a morning on the fairways at East Park Golf Gardens.
Price: $39 / person - includes green fees and power cart
Time: Tee-off at 9 am
The biennial Western Conference for Science Education creates an ongoing organizational infrastructure that invites teaching and research faculty, librarians and other educational professionals, regardless of their experience level, to collaborate on the improvement of post-secondary Science education through the exchange of experience, innovation, ideas, and research in teaching and learning across disciplines.
More information and registration can be found on their website: http://www.thewesternconference.ca/