Art

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[section title=”Journalism in Practice”]

Description: This course introduces participant students to the field of journalism from professional and theoretical perspectives using a wide range of methodologies and theoretical approaches, including but not limited to history, law, feminism, quantitative analyses of psychological issues, and coverage of conflict and framing theory.

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[section title=”Novel Writing”]

A good novelist offers the reader a story in which events and actions have logical but unpredictable consequences, and which will eventually lead to a satisfying conclusion, but which also give the reader some surprises along the way. This course will help you develop the techniques needed to achieve this.

A novelist needs motivation to write, and many published novelists write not only to earn money but also because they have something to say. You may wish to bring a specific situation or issue to the attention of your readers, or to put your own opinions on record, or to expose injustice. Or maybe you hope to write good stories which have no particular message for the world, but which will give their readers satisfaction and pleasure.

Almost all published novels tell some kind of story, and most of them offer the reader a conclusion which is satisfying in some way, even if it is not hopeful, happy or particularly neat. If you wish to become a published novelist, you should not end a novel in such a way that the reader is going to wonder if you simply ran out of things to say, or did not know how to round everything off.

At NTNU CELL trainee is build up with highest standard and skill to become a great novelist

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[section title=”Film Criticism”]

Film Criticism and Analysis will introduce trainee to the interpretation of film through a consideration of the ways in which film style influences the meaning of any individual film. The course will also consider the history and development of film criticism and will present various theoretical and philosophical approaches to the study of film.

The course will survey a broad range of film genres including contemporary popular film as well as art house cinema. At least 50% of films screened will be in English while any non-English language films will be subtitled. Delivery will be in English.

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[section title=”Business English”]

Develop the fluency, accuracy and communication skills you need to work confidently in the English-speaking business world. Focus on improving your English proficiency in core skill areas such as reading, writing, speaking and listening as you review key areas of business. You also learn how to effectively communicate in business meetings, give presentations, negotiate, and express yourself in a confident and assertive manner.

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[section title=”Drama, Theater and Performance”]

This world-class new programme provides a unique opportunity to study drama, theatre and performance from a practical, theoretical and historical perspective. You will explore all aspects of performance from theatre to film, storytelling and new media. Teaching on the programme will take a variety of forms, from lectures and seminars to practical workshops, performances and internships.

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[section title=”Theatre and Film Studies”]

Proposed Course/Program Title: Theatre and Film Studies

Course/Program Description: (Approximately 60 word description) Students enrolling in this program will enjoy strong mentoring in theatre, film and performance art.  Area of specialty will focus on creative writing, theatre and cinema, theatre for development,  theatre and health, dramaturgy of social relevance, films and the prospects, new media and it contribution to the development of art. The aim therefore is to teach students in a liberal arts context what will help prepare them for a wide range of careers, including teaching, curating, policy-making, programming and distribution, preservation, filmmaking, writing, consulting, and arts administration. 

Proposed Course Format: Lecture/Distance learning/ Practice etc: Lecture and Practice

Proposed Course Delivery: What is the most suitable month(s)/time of year for the course? Why? Would you prefer it run on

evenings, weekends, mornings, afternoons, or a combination? (Note: daytime courses may be limited to Fridays and weekends only).

The program will run for a period of  two months. It will be a weekend or evening program to allow the working class to take part in the program

(     ) sessions X  (            ) hours per session = (   Two Months ) total course hours

Potential Participants: Describe who the course is designed for (who is likely to want to take this course) and how it could be marketed to these potential participants beyond the University website and catalogue.

The program will be apt for people working in radio/television houses without a degree or proper training in performance art, Fresh University Graduate, NYSC members, undergraduates and the teaming population of Nigerian youths interested in the entertainment industry. It will serve as a skill acquisition centre for them and also preparatory platform.

Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes: In point form, list what students will learn and/or be able to do as a result of taking the course.

  • Foundation and History Courses
  • Acting (Stage, Television, film and Radio)
  • Directing
  •  Creative Writing (Television, film, radio, stage and short stories)
  •  Technical Theatre/Film (Set construction, stage and screen lighting)
  • Selected Topics in Film Studies
  • Dance
  • Theatre/ Studio administration

Outline for Class Sessions: List the topics to be covered and possible class activities (lecture, discussion, lab, practice) for each session (add additional sessions if needed).

Session #1:

  • Introduction to the Basic Theories of drama and theatre
  • Basic Film Theories
  • Practical Production Participatory/Orientation
  • Basic Acting Skills
  • Acting for the stage, radio and screen
  • Basic Communication Theories

Session #2:

  • Fundamentals of Directing
  • Directing for the stage, radio, Television and Film
  • Fundamentals Television Production
  • Television writing, radio and programming
  • Writing for the stage and film
  • Documentaries and Advanced film and stage Production

Session #3:

  • Ethics of Broadcasting
  • Speech and Voice Production
  • Basic theories of dance
  • Dance Participatory Orientation
  • Budgeting and Production
  • Box Office Management
  • Production PR and the New Media
  • Funding a production and Revenue Generation
  • Distribution channels and Production Marketing
  • Advance Film Production and the final cut

Course Requirements: Please indicate what you need for the course and provide an estimate of the costs where applicable.

  • equipment/supplies for class/instructor (with cost estimate):
  1. Class Room
  2. Rehearsal Venue
  3. Lighting Instrument
  4. Camera
  5. Editing Suite
  6. Mock Television and Radio Studio
  7. Flats for Set construction
  8. Costumes
  9. Carpentry Tools
  10. Text books
  11. Location Bus
  12. Boom Mics
  13. Sound Transmitters

 

  • equipment/supplies for students (with cost estimate):
  • manual or textbooks (with cost estimate):
  • facilities (including audio-visual equipment, specific set up/type of classroom):
  • minimum and maximum number of students (if applicable):

Other:

Have you taught this course somewhere else before? If so, please provide details.

Producer/Director – WeTv Lagos

Assistant Director – Nollywood Factory

Producer/Director – Mosaic Theatre Production

Producer/Director – Terra Kulture, Lagos

Please provide a price range that you feel would be suitable to charge for this course.

Please provide a summary of how you are qualified to teach this course. I have a Masters Degree and PhD in view in theatre Arts and Films Studies from the University of Lagos and University of Nigeria, Nsukka.  I have also worked as a director and producer in many reputable production outfit where my duties is to teach and train actors, presenters, writers and other production personnel. I also direct and production films, stage, radio and television program for various establishment including the American Embassy in Nigeria to mention but a few. I am a British Council certified lighting designer. I have a wealth of experience in theatre design, art and craft.

Add any other important comments or details:

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Please Attach:   ☐ Resume     ☐Teaching References (2)

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[section title=”Cinematography”]

Date Proposal Submitted: 08 Jan 2016
Instructor’s Name: Yavuz BAHADIR
Mailing Address: Zone 6
Email:yvzalemdar@gmail.com Phone (daytime):+2348189628531 Phone (evening):
  • Proposed Course/Program Title: cinematograph

Proposed Course Format:
Aesthetics

Attributes of the Visual Image
Framing
Lighting
Lighting setups and variations
Three-Point Setup
Creating the look
Shooting on Film

Film

Film Camera
Film Stock
Lenses
Filters
Contrast
Light Ratios
Light Meters
Lighting for Film

Digital

Digital Camera
Comparison of Film and Digital Cameras
HD and SD Formats
Digital Exposure
Digital Signal
Time Code
Saturday/Sunday: Hands On Workshop

By lighting and filming short scene based on classical painting and given “look”, put theory in practice.

Lighting Technology

Fresnel Light Fixtures
Open-Face Light Fixtures
Soft Light Fixtures – Kino Flo, Chinese Lanterns…
Lighting Package
Light Control
Interior Lighting
Exterior Lighting
Lighting for Movement.

Proposed Course Delivery: What is the most suitable month(s)/time of year for the course? Why? Would you prefer it run on

evenings, weekends, mornings, afternoons, or a combination? (Note: daytime courses may be limited to Fridays and weekends only).

(3) sessions X  (72) hours per session = (216) total course hours (6months)

Potential Participants: Describe who the course is designed for (who is likely to want to take this course) and how it could be marketed to these potential participants beyond the University website and catalogue.

Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes: In point form, list what students will learn and/or be able to do as a result of taking the course.

Outline for Class Sessions: List the topics to be covered and possible class activities (lecture, discussion, lab, practice) for each session (add additional sessions if needed).

Session #1: Basic Level : (24) courses X  (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours  (2months)

Session #2: Intermediate Level: (24) courses X  (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Session #3: Advanced Level : (24) courses X  (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Course Requirements: TV, CİNEMA

  • Equipment/supplies for class/instructor (with cost estimate): STUDİO lab. FLASH, CAMERA, MIC, ETC.
  • Equipment/supplies for students (with cost estimate): installation to each computer.
  • Manual or textbooks (with cost estimate): photocopy
  • Facilities (including audio-visual equipment, specific set up/type of classroom): projector and speakers
  • Minimum and maximum number of students (if applicable): min.5. max 15

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[section title=”Graphic Design”]

Date Proposal Submitted: 08 Jan 2016
Instructor’s Name: Yavuz BAHADIR
Mailing Address: Zone 6
Email:yvzalemdar@gmail.com Phone (daytime):+2348189628531 Phone (evening):

 

Proposed Course/Program Title: Computer Assisted Graphic Design

Course/Program Description: Photoshop, illustrator, In Design

Proposed Course Format:

Course Description

Adobe InDesign is a software program created by Adobe Systems, the same company that creates Photoshop, Illustrator, and a number of other programs. Whereas Photoshop is used for image editing and Illustrator is used for drawing, InDesign is used to create things such as posters, brochures, flyers, magazines, newspapers, and even books. InDesign is a program that is commonly used by graphic designers and people in production; however, it’s also used by writers, publishers, and others who want to create their own material. Adobe InDesign makes this easy. You don’t have to be a professional designer to use this program.

In Design

Course Description

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to Adobe InDesign
Adobe InDesign is used to create things such as posters, brochures, flyers, magazines, newspapers, and even books.
  • Lesson 2: Creating and Viewing Documents
In this lesson, we’re going to learn how to view and create documents.
  • Lesson 3: Understanding Your Workspace
In this lesson we will go over the workplace tools.
  • Lesson 4: Pages
In this lesson we’re going to show you how to work with the pages within the document.
  • Lesson 5: Working with Type
This lesson is going to focus on teaching you everything you need to know about working with type in InDesign.
  • Lesson 6: Working with Graphics
With other programs, you usually use an Insert command to insert text or an image. However, with InDesign, you use the Place command.
  • Lesson 7: Formatting Objects
In this lesson we will learn about unassigned frames that we can use to create shapes, then fill those shapes with fill and stroke color to add to our layout.
  • Lesson 8: Working with Color
In this lesson we will learn about the many tools you can use to add and store color in your work.
  • Lesson 9: Points and Paths
In this lesson, we’re going to learn about InDesign’s pen tools, as well as creating simple and complex paths.
  • Lesson 10: Managing and Transforming Objects
Knowing how to create objects and shapes is only half the battle with InDesign. Knowing how to manage those objects will be key to using InDesign successfully.
  • Lesson 11: Character and Paragraph Formatting
If you’ve ever used a word processing program, then you’re probably already pretty familiar with the character and paragraph formatting options available to you in InDesign CS6. In this lesson we will go over all of these tools.
  • Lesson 12: Using Styles
In this lesson we will demonstrate how to set up text styles such as character styles, paragraph styles and object styles.
  • Lesson 13: Tables
Tables organize information into rows and columns. This lesson will demonstrate how to insert and customize tables in this program.
  • Lesson 14: Long and Interactive Documents
It’s safe to say in today’s digital publishing age that InDesign is the most useful program out there for putting together long documents and books for various formats.
  • Lesson 15: Packaging and Printing
This final lesson will demonstrate how to package and print your finished document in InDesign.

Illustrator

Course Description

Adobe Illustrator is a powerful drawing software program offered by Adobe.  Anyone, regardless of artistic or computer ability, can use Illustrator to draw shapes and lines, create text, or import graphics and pictures.   You can use Illustrator to do a layout for a book, create a web page, and the list goes on.   The best thing about it is, however, that you can do all these things easily using Illustrator once you learn the program and what different functions and features it provides.

This course was designed to teach you everything you need to know to make full use of Adobe Illustrator.   However, you should be forewarned that Illustrator is a large program because there is so much you can do with it.   If you’ve used Illustrator before, then the first half of this course may serve as a review to you.    That’s because we start at the beginning, showing you around the program and teaching you how to do the most basic functions.    These are the building blocks that will make Illustrator’s advanced features easy to learn and use when we start to cover them later in the course.

Take a look at just some of the things that you’ll learn how to:

  •    Navigate Illustrator and where to find all the tools and features you’ll need
  •    Draw basic shapes
  •    Draw objects
  •    Create vector images, then edit those vector images quickly and easily
  •    Add color to your work
  •    Use blends, gradients, and patterns
  •    Create symbols to place into your work to save time
  •    Create layers and masks
  •    Draw landscapes such as buildings and houses with ease using perspective
  •    Add graphs to your documents
  •    Add text to your documents – and even to your objects and shapes
  •    Create drawings, business cards, brochures, or anything you want using Adobe Illustrator
  •    And much, much more!

Photoshop

  1. Getting to Know the Work Area
  • Starting to work in Adobe Photoshop
  • Using the tools
  • Setting tool properties
  • Undoing actions in Photoshop
  • More about panels and panel locations
  • Customizing the workspace
  • Finding resources for using Photoshop
  1. Basic Photo Corrections
  • Strategy for retouching
  • Resolution and image size
  • Getting started
  • Straightening and cropping the image in Photoshop
  • Adjusting the color and tone
  • Using the Spot Healing Brush tool
  • Using content-aware fill
  • Repairing areas with the Clone Stamp tool
  • Applying a content-aware patch
  • Sharpening the image

3.Working with Selections 
About selecting and selection tools

  • Getting started
  • Using the Quick Selection tool
  • Moving a selected area
  • Manipulating selections
  • Using the Magic Wand tool
  • Selecting with the lasso tools
  • Rotating a selection
  • Selecting with the Magnetic Lasso tool
  • Selecting from a center point
  • Resizing and copying a selection
  • Cropping an image
  1. Layer Basics
  • About layers
  • Getting started
  • Using the Layers panel
  • Rearranging layers
  • Applying a gradient to a layer
  • Applying a layer style
  • Adding an adjustment layer
  • Updating layer effects
  • Adding a border
  • Flattening and saving files
  1. Correcting and Enhancing Digital Photographs
  • Getting started
  • About camera raw files
  • Processing files in Camera Raw
  • Applying advanced color correction
  • Correcting digital photographs in Photoshop
  • Correcting image distortion
  • Adding depth of field
  1. Masks and Channels
  • Working with masks and channels.
  • Getting started.
  • Creating a mask
  • Refining a mask
  • Creating a quick mask.
  • Manipulating an image with Puppet Warp
  • Working with channels
  1. Typographic Design
  • About type.
  • Getting started
  • Creating a clipping mask from type
  • Creating type on a path
  • Warping point type
  • Designing paragraphs of type.
  • Working with type styles
  • Adding a rounded rectangle
  • Adding vertical text.
  1. Vector Drawing Techniques
  • About bitmap images and vector graphics
  • About paths and the Pen tool
  • Using paths with artwork
  • Creating vector objects for the background
  • Working with defined custom shapes
  • Importing a Smart Object
  1. Advanced Compositing
  • Getting started
  • Arranging layers
  • Using Smart Filters
  • Painting a layer
  • Adding a background
  • Automating a multistep task.
  • Upscaling a low-resolution image.
  • Saving the image for four-color printing
  • Matching color schemes across images.
  • Stitching a panorama
  • Finishing the image
  1. Editing Video
  • Getting started
  • Creating a new video project
  • Animating text with keyframes
  • Creating effects
  • Adding transitions
  • Adding audio
  • Muting unwanted audio.
  • Rendering video
  1. Painting with the Mixer Brush
  • About the Mixer Brush
  • Getting started
  • Selecting brush settings
  • Mixing colors
  • Creating a custom brush preset.
  • Mixing colors with a photograph
  • Review questions and answers
  1. Working with 3D Images
  • Getting started.
  • Creating a 3D shape from a layer
  • Manipulating 3D objects.
  • Adding 3D objects.
  • Merging 3D layers to share the same 3D space.
  • Positioning objects in a scene
  • Applying materials to 3D objects
  • Lighting a 3D scene
  • Rendering a 3D scene
  1. Preparing Files for the Web
  • Getting started
  • Creating slices
  • Exporting HTML and images
  • Using the Zoomify feature
  1. Producing and Printing Consistent Color
  • About color management.
  • Getting started
  • Specifying color-management settings
  • Proofing an image
  • Identifying out-of-gamut colors
  • Adjusting an image and printing a proof
  • Saving the image as a CMYK EPS file
  • Printing

Proposed Course Delivery: What is the most suitable month(s)/time of year for the course? Why? Would you prefer it run on

evenings, weekends, mornings, afternoons, or a combination? (Note: daytime courses may be limited to Fridays and weekends only).

(3) sessions X (72) hours per session = (216) total course hours (6months)

Potential Participants: Describe who the course is designed for (who is likely to want to take this course) and how it could be marketed to these potential participants beyond the University website and catalogue.

Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes: In point form, list what students will learn and/or be able to do as a result of taking the course.

Outline for Class Sessions: List the topics to be covered and possible class activities (lecture, discussion, lab, practice) for each session (add additional sessions if needed).

Session #1: Basic Level : (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Session #2: Intermediate Level: (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Session #3: Advanced Level : (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Course Requirements: News&Magazine Graphic Designer, Advertising Agency Graphic designer, printing press graphic designer. etc…

  • equipment/supplies for class/instructor (with cost estimate): computer lab.
  • equipment/supplies for students (with cost estimate): Programs; Adobe, Photoshop, illustrator, Indesign installation to each computer.
  • manual or textbooks (with cost estimate): photocopy
  • facilities (including audio-visual equipment, specific set up/type of classroom): projector and speakers
  • minimum and maximum number of students (if applicable): min.5. max 15

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[section title=”Photography”]

Date Proposal Submitted: 08 Jan 2016
Instructor’s Name: Yavuz BAHADIR
Mailing Address: Zone 6
Email:yvzalemdar@gmail.com Phone (daytime):+2348189628531 Phone (evening):

 

Proposed Course/Program Title: photography training

Proposed Course Format: Photography School Course Work:

  • Exposure
  • Studio and location lighting
  • Digital darkroom techniques
  • Editing and sequencing
  • Medium format digital & film cameras
  • Large format digital & film cameras
  • Scanning and spotting film
  • Digital inkjet printing
  • History of photography
  • Critical studies
  • Color theory
  • The business of photography
  • Fashion
  • Fine art
  • Editorial
  • Beauty
  • Documentary
  • Exhibition, curatorial, editioning, pricing,

and publishing practices

Proposed Course Delivery: What is the most suitable month(s)/time of year for the course? Why? Would you prefer it run on

evenings, weekends, mornings, afternoons, or a combination? (Note: daytime courses may be limited to Fridays and weekends only).

(3) sessions X (72) hours per session = (216) total course hours (6months)

Potential Participants: Describe who the course is designed for (who is likely to want to take this course) and how it could be marketed to these potential participants beyond the University website and catalogue.

Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes: In point form, list what students will learn and/or be able to do as a result of taking the course.

Outline for Class Sessions: List the topics to be covered and possible class activities (lecture, discussion, lab, practice) for each session (add additional sessions if needed).

Session #1: Basic Level : (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Session #2: Intermediate Level: (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Session #3: Advanced Level : (24) courses X (3) hours per session = (72) total course hours (2months)

Course Requirements: News & Magazine Photo Editor, Advertising Agency Photographer, Photographer etc…

  • equipment/supplies for class/instructor (with cost estimate): computer lab.
  • equipment/supplies for students (with cost estimate): Programs; Adobe, Photoshop, illustrator, Indesign installation to each computer.
  • manual or textbooks (with cost estimate): photocopy
  • facilities (including audio-visual equipment, specific set up/type of classroom): projector and speakers
  • minimum and maximum number of students (if applicable): min.5. max 15

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[section title=”Premier Pro”]

Date Proposal Submitted: 08 Jan 2016
Instructor’s Name: Yavuz BAHADIR
Mailing Address: Zone 6
Email:yvzalemdar@gmail.com Phone (daytime):+2348189628531 Phone (evening):

Proposed Course/Program Title: Premiere Pro

Proposed Course Format:

Course Description

Adobe Premiere Pro is a video editing program that is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud software collection, as well as Adobe CS6 – or Adobe Creative Suite.  Premiere Pro is used to edit videos, including movies, and is quickly becoming the go-to program for filmmakers all over the world, both amateur and pro.   In fact, both CNN and the BBC use Premiere Pro for editing purposes.

This course will teach you how to successfully use Premiere Pro, no matter if you have ever used the program before or not.  Both the beginner and seasoned user can benefit from this course, starting with the basics of the program including navigation and continuing on to more advanced features.

We’ll teach you the following:

  •     Navigate Premiere Pro
  •     Create and open projects
  •     Work with files
  •     Import media into Premiere Pro
  •     Organize your media once it’s imported
  •     Use the Timeline for video and audio tracks
  •     Edit tracks in the Timeline
  •     Create sequences and nested sequences
  •     Add motion to your clips
  •     Create and work with keyframes
  •     Add animation and other effects
  •     Add transitions
  •     Use the color-correction tools
  •     Sync clips from multiple cameras
  •     Add text, shapes, and logos to your project
  •     Work with audio in the Audio Workspace
  •     Export media from Premiere Pro
  •     Create and edit closed captions
  •     And more!

Proposed Course Delivery: What is the most suitable month(s)/time of year for the course? Why? Would you prefer it run on

evenings, weekends, mornings, afternoons, or a combination? (Note: daytime courses may be limited to Fridays and weekends only).

(3) sessions X (16) hours per session = (48) total course hours (3months)

Potential Participants: Describe who the course is designed for (who is likely to want to take this course) and how it could be marketed to these potential participants beyond the University website and catalogue.

Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes: In point form, list what students will learn and/or be able to do as a result of taking the course.

Outline for Class Sessions: List the topics to be covered and possible class activities (lecture, discussion, lab, practice) for each session (add additional sessions if needed).

Session #1: Basic Level : (16) courses X (2) hours per session = (16) total course hours (1months)

Session #2: Intermediate Level: (16) courses X (2) hours per session = (16) total course hours (1months)

Session #3: Advanced Level : (16) courses X (2) hours per session = (16) total course hours (1months)

Course Requirements: TV, CİNEMA…

  • equipment/supplies for class/instructor (with cost estimate): computer lab.
  • equipment/supplies for students (with cost estimate): permier pro
  • installation to each computer.
  • manual or textbooks (with cost estimate): photocopy
  • facilities (including audio-visual equipment, specific set up/type of classroom): projector and speakers
  • minimum and maximum number of students (if applicable): min.5. max 15

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