|Youth Media Interns interviewing Assistant Curator, Mathew Norman. Photo: Vivien Masters, Gallery Educator|
Here’s a list of what they couldn’t do in the gallery:
- Use hairspray (As this can damage the work)
- Use strong lighting (This can also damage the work)
- Use a tripod (This can be dangerous)
- Film an artwork without permission (Copyright issues)
|Youth Media Interns practising using their new tools. Photo: Vivien Masters, Gallery Educator|
The interns learnt today how important the past three days have been. The many hours that were put into goals, values, storyboarding, and tutorials, all lead up to and help make this entire filming process that much easier. Keeping in mind that there is quite a lot of pressure to ensure they got all their desired shots, and that its better to have more footage than you need, opposed to not having enough.
|Interns filming Principal Conservator Sarah Hillary in her lab. Photo: Vivien Masters, Gallery Educator|
- Zara Stanhope – Principal curator
- Mathew Norman – Assistant Curator
- Robbie Butterworth and Selina Anderson – Senior Gallery Educators
- Jack Hadley and Helen Finlayson – Gallery Guides
- Sarah Hillary – Principal Conservator
The teens were lucky enough to have twenty minutes to interview different staff members, and to gain further insight, knowledge, opinions and suggestions towards their proposed questions. Four hours of straight filming made it the most intense, full on and busiest day yet for the interns.
Tomorrow the interns begin editing!
- Waimarie Dashper, AUT Media Mentor