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Workshops
no.w.here runs regular workshops on the equipment available in the lab. We also run wide ranging thematic workshops that combine philosophical and practical ways of thinking and using film and video, and develop bespoke workshops with visiting artists. Our workshops can be delivered both on and offsite.

All courses and workshops unless specified as being held elsewhere take place at:

no.w.here
First Floor
316-318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 0AG

All courses at no.w.here fill up quickly and spaces are only available on a strictly first come, first serve basis. Payment can be made by card over the phone or by cash or cheque by prior arrangement.

If you wish to take a workshop as bespoke 1:1 training please email james.holcombe(at)no-w-here.org.uk or call +44 (0)207 7294494.

You can book online or telephone +44 (0)207 7294494

Cancellations policy

In the event of no.w.here having to cancel or postpone a course you are entitled to a full refund. If you cannot attend a workshop you have booked, a 50% refund is available with 6 to 10 days notice. Absolutely no refunds can be made 5 days before the workshop.


















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Black and white reversal processing
Standard or Super 8mm film
Saturday 21st April, 10:30 - 6pm, £75 members, £105 non-members
Hand processing black and white can be one of the most interesting and rewarding ways of working with film in a direct, material way.


Jotta Workshop
An introduction to no.w.here
Saturday 3rd March
10:30 - 5pm
To book please see: http://www.jotta.com/jotta/contemporaryart/home/article/v2-events-symposia/2095/jotta-workhop-artist-introduction-to-nowhere-lab

This one day session for Jotta members will introduce you to the concept of working with celluloid film through no.w.here. Participants will have the opportunity to work with 16mm and Super 8 film, and see how the facilities and resources no.w.here offers could benefit recent graduates in their celluloid practice.

Direct Super 8
A workshop with Ian Helliwell
no.w.here first floor
316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 0AG
Saturday 11th February, 10:30 - 4:30pm
Price: no.w.here members £60, non-members £80


A hands-on audio-visual workshop for participants new to, or familiar with, super 8 film, requiring no previous knowledge of the format.

My life as a silver halide
Pushing, Pulling & Intensifying Black & White Film
no.w.here first floor
316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 0AG
Saturday 28th January, 10:30 - 6:00pm
Price: £80 no.w.here members / £120 non-members
Do you ever wake up in the night from dreams of floating through salt prints?

Colorado
Tinting and toning motion picture film
no.w.here
First floor
316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 0AG
21st Jan 2012, no.w.here members £80 / £120 non-members
From the Daguerreotype to today’s modern film emulsions, tinting and toning has had an almost mythical presence throughout the history of film.

no.w.here and Folly For a Flyover present
Cyanotype Silhouettes
Hackney Wick Flyover
Saturday 9th July 11:30 - 4:30 pm
Free / Drop in, no need to book.
Taking place on by the canal bank, you are invited to come and create experimental collages using texts, objects, photographs and silhouette images from newspapers.

Cinematography and the Artist's film
A practical workshop
Price: no.w.here members £300, non - members £500. To book please call no.w.here on 0207 729 4494 or email: james.holcombe@no-w-here.org.uk
Dates: June 21st, 23rd and 24th and the 5th July. Please see main page for more information. For any enquiries please contact James on 0207 729 4494.
This unique workshop investigates how the realisation of artist's films can be enhanced through working with a cinematographer, while also exploring the range of film and digital formats that are available to artists working in the moving image.

Experimental Ethnography
Essential Cinema
Saturday and Sunday 14/15 May 2011 – Saturday and Sunday 21/ 22 May at Tate Modern
In contemporary anthropology the politics of image-making is not only an emphasis on what a film's subject 'is' but it is also interrogates how a film's subject ‘is seen’.

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no.w.here
First Floor, 316-318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 OAG
UK

Telephone: +44 (0)207 7294494
Mail: info[at]no-w-here.org.uk

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