Make video-based art as you learn about a wide range of methods and styles, such as; documentary, performance, and experimental video. In-class demonstrations will focus on shooting with specialized cameras, capturing sound on microphones, and editing using software such as Adobe Premiere. Lectures, discussions, and screenings of historical and contemporary video artists will inspire and ground your practice. The class will conclude with a presentation of your video through a screening, installation, and/or performance.
Lindsay Tully is a film-maker, artist and post production specialist. She currently cuts promos for the award-winning PBS series, Independent Lens, and is working on a new film about an uber service for dogs.
Lindsay completed a Master of Fine Arts degree in Film-making at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2013, graduating with the Outstanding Student in Film award. She has directed, shot and edited several comedic and documentary shorts that have screened at theaters such as the SFMoMA, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Artists' Television Access, Southern Exposure, and the Roxy Theater.
Since 2013, Lindsay has worked in the advertising, editing broadcast and web campaigns. She is proficient in a wide array of production and post production tools. Lindsay is one third of the collaborative art practice, Bonanza and has shown throughout the bay area. She was a co-director of the artist run space, City Limits Gallery that ran from 2013 to 2018.