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  • 2022-23 Harvardwood Artist Launch Fellowship Info Session1

    Thursday, October 06, 2022 at 01:00 PM - PDT

    Join Harvardwood Artist Launch Fellowship Founder Mia Alpert for an information session on applying to the second year or the fellowship. 

    Read more information about the fellowship here

    Please RSVP below! Info session link is here

  • Spotlight Events feature conversations with high-profile film and television industry professionals who share helpful advice and insightful anecdotes on their career experiences and creative processes. Check out some of our inspiring chats with Patty Jenkins, Ava DuVernay, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Brit Marling, Jason Blum and more.

    We believe in the power of storytelling to make change. With the reversal of Roe vs Wade, the conversation surrounding Reproductive Justice has once again become elevated. Please join us for this spotlight conversation with the award winning documentary filmmakers Emma Pildes and Tia Lessin (The Janes) and Martha Shane (After Tiller). This vital session on Collab will focus on how they approached the development, shooting, post and marketing of these culture shifting films.

    This online event will be recorded and available in our video library for all members after the live event. (Post-event breakout rooms are not recorded.) Please allow up to 24 hours after the live event for the recording to be posted.

    If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this event, please complete this form, contact us at (435) 776-7790 or email us at acces[email protected] to discuss your specific needs. Every effort will be made to accommodate advance requests; requests made within 5 days of the event may not be guaranteed.

     

    More info HERE.

     

  • Harvardwood Presents: Activism and Writing the #MeToo Narrative

    Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 05:00 PM - PDT · $10.00 USD
    5pm PST / 8pm EST

    Join us for a virtual conversation with novelist Winnie M Li AB '00 about her latest novel COMPLICIT, which explores #MeToo in the film industry. She’ll also discuss activism born out of lived experience, survivorhood and writing, and the ethics of commercializing a #MeToo narrative. 
    Winnie M Li AB ‘00 is an author and activist.  She worked as a film producer in London before her life was disrupted by a violent stranger rape in Belfast in 2008. Her debut novel, DARK CHAPTER, is a fictional retelling of that event from victim and perpetrator perspectives. Translated into ten languages, it won The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize and was nominated for an Edgar Award.  She is currently adapting it for the screen. Her second novel COMPLICIT was published in Summer 2022 and selected by The New York Times for their ‘Group Text' book club. Winnie is also Co-Founder of the Clear Lines Festival, the UK’s first-ever festival addressing sexual assault and consent through the arts and discussion. Her ongoing PhD research at the London School of Economics explores media engagement by rape survivors as a form of activism. Winnie has given over 200 public talks and appeared on the BBC, Sky News, Channel 4, The Guardian, The Mail on Sunday, The Times, The Irish Times, and TEDx London. She holds an honorary doctorate of law from the National University of Ireland in recognition of her writing and activism, and currently lives in the English countryside with her partner and toddler. http://winniemli.com.

    You can read more about Winnie’s work in this exclusive Harvardwood Q&A earlier this spring: 
    https://www.harvardwood.org/exclusive_qa_li_winnie


    Links: 
    Social media: 
    Twitter @winniemli
    Instagram winniemli

    Register for this event at the link below. Harvardwood members, friends, and non-members are ALL welcome, but every attendee must register for themselves individually. So if you're inviting others to join you for this panel, please forward them the link to this page so they can sign themselves up. Thank you!

    Members, Register Here

    Purchase ticket   $5.50 Members & Friends

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  • Harvardwood Suggests... Thrive in Place! (NYC)

    Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 06:30 PM - PDT

    ArtBuilt and the Entertainment Community Fund (formerly The Actors Fund) are partnering to present THRIVE IN PLACE!—a workshop to help creative sector workers understand the relationship between housing choices and their financial wellbeing. Focused on affordable housing, homeownership and building knowledge to improve personal finances, this class uses artist-centric tools and straightforward language to help artists of all disciplines navigate their financial life with creativity, clarity and strength. Build housing security to thrive in place!

    THRIVE IN PLACE! is the first stop on a path to more in-depth and technical programs. Participants will also learn how to access a five-part Homebuyer Webinar presented by NY Mortgage Coalition and a deep dive into Affordable Housing in NYC and Financial Wellness presented by the Entertainment Community Fund.

    We are thrilled to partner with the Borough Arts Councils to bring Thrive in Place! to communities city wide. The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs is also a promotional partner for the program.

     

    More info HERE.

    RSVP HERE.

  • Harvardwood Suggests... Lindsay Rogers Visiting Artist Lecture

    Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 02:30 PM - PDT

    Lindsay Rogers is a studio potter, educator, and food enthusiast located in the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee. After completing two multi-year artist residencies, she received her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Florida in 2013. Over the past 20 years, Lindsay has traveled all over the country for her work. Her pottery has been exhibited in museums, nationally recognized galleries, as well as in juried and invitational exhibitions. Her interest in sustainable agriculture and local food has fueled collaborations with other artists, local chefs, and farmers. Her pottery, writing, and words can be found in a range of publications from blogs to books and podcasts. She is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at East Tennessee State University.

     

    More info HERE.

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  • Harvardwood Suggests... Audrey An Artist In Residence Lecture

    Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at 02:30 PM - PDT

    Ceramics Program Artist In Residence and Instructor Audrey An’s creative research revolves around the notion of applying digital technologies to ceramics from the perspective of ‘convergence’, be it cultural, technological, or interdisciplinary. She earned her BFA and Art History Minor from Alfred University, MFA from Penn State University and was a post-baccalaureate student at Colorado State University. She is a recent recipient of Graduate Student Fellowship from NCECA and Judith S. Schwartz Legacy Award from Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts to attend its summer residency.

    This in-person lecture is free and open to the public, but space is limited. RSVP to reserve your seat!

     

    More info HERE.

  • 10 am–12:30 pm PT/12–2:30 pm CT/1–3:30 pm ET

    PREREQUISITE: Must have attended The Career Center Orientation | Weekly on Mondays & Thursdays

    Are you unclear of how to authentically articulate your art/work/life story through your LinkedIn summary? Discover a simple formula for telling a holistic story that captures the attention of your audience.

    In this workshop series, you will:

    •    Discuss the 3 Cs of effective career storytelling
    •    Clarify a personal brand
    •    Explore how to add a supporting story in order to engage your audience

    This workshop will be exercise intensive—so please come prepared for a deep dive experience!

    *The training is TWO sessions long—RSVP only if you are able to attend both dates 10/19 and 10/26

     

    More info HERE.

    RSVP HERE.

     

  • Master Classes are in-depth, interactive learning experiences focused on craft and career-building and led by renowned industry experts. Topics include fiction and documentary filmmaking, TV writing and production, and navigating and succeeding in the entertainment industry.

    Ready to jumpstart your TV writing career? Former HBO Executive turned TV writer Kelly Edwards walks us through some of the highlights of her new book, The Executive Chair, A Writer’s Guide to TV Series Development. Edwards will give specific tactics for building a bulletproof portfolio of work, taking a great meeting, and stress-free networking to get you off the sidelines and into the action. In this live and interactive three-hour master class, you will have the opportunity to ask questions about working in a Writers’ Room, interpreting notes, and how to approach different types of meetings. Whether you are new to writing for TV or currently pitching a show, Edwards’ knowledge of the studio and the room will be incredibly insightful.

    Topics covered include:

    • Quick and easy tips for networking in this New World
    • How to take the anxiety out of networking
    • 7 steps to taking a great meeting
    • The difference between taking a meeting with a Showrunner vs. an Executive
    • Understanding the different types of meetings
    • Your 3 must-have samples
    • The real reason Hollywood needs you to pick a lane
    • How to be creative with your portfolio
    • Decoding network notes
    • When you don’t want to take the note
    • Understanding the Showrunner's role
    • What goes on in the Writers’ Room - from how to get “cast” to responsibilities and etiquette

    Past classes have included Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams on Documentary Storytelling, Finding Dory’s Victoria Strouse on Comedy Writing, Emmy-nominated director Lesli Linka Glatter on Blocking a Scene, The Walking Dead’s Glen Mazzara on TV Writing, and more.

    Sundance Collab Master Classes are open and free of charge to all members as live events. Sessions will be recorded and available in our video library within 24 hours to all members for 48 hours after posting. After that, on-demand access to the recording is available only to Creator+ and Course Pass members. Sign up today to get a free 30-day trial Creator+ Membership.

    If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this event, please complete this form, contact us at (435) 776-7790 or email us at [email protected] to discuss your specific needs. Every effort will be made to accommodate advance requests; requests made within 5 days of the event may not be guaranteed.

     

    More info HERE.

     

  • Harvardwood Suggests... Tom Hubbard Artist Lecture

    Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 02:30 PM - PDT

    Tom Hubbard is an interdisciplinary artist. His practice includes ceramics, photography, mixed media works and public art installations. Tempered by a minimalist approach, loss, history, memory, and the passage of time are threads often running through his work. Recent commissions include the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art and public art commissions for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and the City of Columbus, OH. In 2013, Hubbard was selected for the first Open Studio Residency at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. He has led workshops and spoken widely about his work and approach to art making including a recent TEDx talk in Augusta, GA. Hubbard’s work has been published in Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics: Art & Perception. His work has been exhibited widely in both the U.S. and The Netherlands and is included in several private and corporate collections including the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, The Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area and the University of Saint Francis. Hubbard was recently awarded a McKnight Foundation residency at the Northern Clay Center and had work selected for the juried national exhibition at the Red Lodge Clay Center. Tom Hubbard was born in San Francisco and received a BFA from Indiana University. He grew up in the midwest and lived in Maine, Indiana, The Netherlands, Ohio and Georgia before moving to Massachusetts in 2018.

     

    More info HERE.

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