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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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Cine Voices: A 16mm sound on film workshop presented by no.w.here
Led by artist James Holcombe
16th and 17th March 2013, £100 for no.w.here members, £130 for non-members. To book please contact James on 0207 729 4494.
This two-day workshop takes you though the conversion of digital into analogue sound via the Auricon optical sound camera.

Unravel
The longest hand painted film in Britain

Project and Survive
A 16mm projector workshop with Greg Pope
Saturday 12th October 2013
10:30 - 4:30pm
£45 members / £60 non-members
A one day workshop led by artist Greg Pope which explores the possibilities inherent in 16mm projection apparatus.

no.w.here and Takahiko Iimura present: How To Make Time Visible In Film
(without photography)
Wednesday 6th October, 7 - 10pm. Cost: £30 for no.w.here members, £45 for non-members, please note no previous experience in film making is required.
A unique opportunity to work with a pioneer artist of experimental film and video.

SAM / OTO - Balloon and Needle: The New Korean Avant - Garde
A three day residency at Cafe Oto, 20th - 22nd January 2011

Experimental Ethnography
At Tate Modern
5 Satrurdays: Tate Modern Seminar Room
£90 (£70 concessions), booking recommended
Price includes refreshments. http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/eventseducation/coursesworkshops/21577.htm
"The camera tells a lie that the audience tends to believe." (Young)

Instances of Serendipity
A Super 8 workshop with Helga Fanderl
Saturday May 29th 2010, 10:30 – 6pm, £75 per person. Please note that the price includes admission to a screening and discussion between Helga Fanderl and Nicky Hamlyn at no.w.here on the 26th May, 7pm, and film screenings at the Goethe-Institut on Thursday 27 & Friday 28 May, at 7pm. For more information please see www.goethe.de/london and www.no-w-here.org.uk
no.w.here is pleased to announce a Super 8 workshop with Helga Fanderl as part of ‘’ a week of screenings at the Goethe-Institute and no.w.here in London.

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El Kino Up Your Ears!
Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd April 10:30 – 5pm. Open to 8 participants, £130 non-members, £90 members
This heavily practical two-day workshop is suitable for both absolute beginners to film, as well as those artists who may be interested in expanding their horizons. The workshop will use found footage sourced from no.w.here’s archive, although you are welcome to bring your own to work with (around 2-3 meters of film for loop work) – with the caveat that due to the nature of the workshop and processes involved this should not include footage that is the apple of your eye.

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First Floor, 316-318 Bethnal Green Road
London
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Telephone: +44 (0)207 7294494
Mail: info[at]no-w-here.org.uk

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