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The Center for Gifted Education hosts Focusing on the Future. Focusing on the Future (FOF) exposes high-ability middle and high school learners to career opportunities related to the arts, humanities, mathematics, and sciences.
TV is a writer’s medium and in this workshop we’ll walk through the logistics of how scripted television gets made from a writer’s perspective – from pilot development through series production.
Come in with questions about comedy writing, late night television writing, or even children’s book writing for this open-ended Q&A session with Jill Twiss, writer for Last Week Tonight With John Oliver and author of “A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo.”
The Boehly Center Financial Literacy Program is a student run, non-credit, certificate granting program. It seeks to provide students with a working knowledge of basic personal finance concepts. It is open to all W&M students.
We often think about how painting and fine art have influenced cinema. Less understood is how painters use film as an extension of their practice. This talk will show examples of works of film and video art made by painters and other visual artists.
In this workshop, we’ll discuss/brainstorm/ruminate on all the ways you can leverage the blissfully diverse nature of a TWAMP resume into an entry-level theater career.
In a media landscape where companies like Youtube, Netflix, and Twitch are beginning to overwhelm their traditional media predecessors, what can you expect working in the digital media space versus more long-established production models?
Everyone has an idea for a TV show, whether it’s the next big crime doc, hilarious dating show, or dramatic competition series. How much development do you need to do before pitching and what exactly do you need to send?
Learn how to make a “long take” engaging and dynamic using professional filmmaking tools. In addition to learning about the tools, students will create a single long-take shot during the class.
This cultural event is free and open to the community. It features Black Owned Businesses from across Virginia and aspiring student entrepreneurs. Partake in a day of community engagement, education, and culture in celebration of Black History Month!
Directed by W&M professor Nathan Rabalais, Finding Cajun (2018) makes its Virginia premiere during the W&M Global Film Festival. The documentary presents a critical perspective on the origin and evolution of Cajun identity. Q&A with director to follow.
Come down to Lodge One on Saturday February 2nd at 9pm and sing your heart out! Have a blast with us queuing up your favorite songs and reliving your High School Musical dreams.
Understand the symptoms of depression better and identify ways to better manage them.
how to effectively recover
Brainstorming coping strategies.
Engage in relaxation sessions to reduce stress and anxiety.
Begin to learn ways to manage anxiety.
As part of the 100 Years of Women celebration at William & Mary, The President’s Collection of Art presents Following in their Footsteps at the Sadler Center. This exhibition showcases alumane art thematically depicting works by women, of women.