Connect with your colleagues in the South Jersey cultural community and tap into our greatest resource, each other! This May 25th, join SJCA for a "Ask the Expert" session to help you create great virtual programs!
Do you host virtual programs and have questions about how to create consistently high quality recordings and live streams? This is your chance to ask those burning questions to our expert, Michael Zubrzycki, Senior Liaison for Communication Studies at Stockton University School of Arts and Humanities.
Michael will provide advice on how to create and edit your virtual programs as well as addressing your specific technical issues and asks. Please use this form to submit questions for the session: http://bit.ly/May21VCSQuestions
In addition to any questions you submit, this event will cover how to maximize Zoom for artists interested in the creation of video production. Attendees will learn about various settings in Zoom, along with additional elements to take into consideration, such as pre-production consideration, lighting, audio, and camera manipulation.
Not an SJCA member? Not a problem! Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend SJCA's Virtual Connection Sessions.
If you are unable to attend the live session, register anyway! A recording of the program will be sent via email within a few days of the event.
Questions? Contact Julie Hain, Associate Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 626-3630.
This event will be held on Zoom. If you are new to Zoom meetings Click here for a helpful video.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Michael Zubrzycki serves as the Senior Liaison and Academic Support for the Communication Studies program at Stockton University. Michael presently coordinates the production of four television shows alongside student interns, staff, and faculty. Prior to his time at Stockton, Michael has been involved in multiple productions, including weddings, documentaries, and commercial spots, serving companies, functions, freelance clients, and non-profits in the Tri-State area.