Here is the final draft of my proposal video.
When I first wrote to the Crucible and asked to make a film about one of their instructors, I was afraid I would be turned away. Instead, Carla Hall returned my email, enthusiastic about my idea. She has been extraordinarily helpful in getting this project off the ground and I am very excited to work with her. Bellow are some pictures of her work from her website, as well as a link to the site itself.
The Crucible is not only a school for teaching industrial art, it is a breading ground for unparalleled creativity and ambitious creation. Nothing is a better example of that than the Crucible’s stage work. They have preformed five different plays:
- Jan 2009: Dracul, Prince of Fire
- April 2008: Firebird: “L’oiseau de feu”
- Jan 2007: Romeo and Juliet
- Jan 2006: Seven Deadly Sins
- Jan 2004: DidoO and Aeneas by Henry Purcell
Bellow are short videos showing two of the five.
Dracul, Prince of Fire
Romeo and Juliet
Here are a few shots from the 2015show, hosted at the Crucible. I think it gives a representation of the creativity in the school.
This is a quick photo gallery showing some of the tings I made at The Crucible.
These are the pictures made in Photoshop for one of the lab assignments in LMW1.