Autism Friendly Green Screen, 9+

Ever fancied being in a space ship or walking with dinosaurs?

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Monday 5th August
10:00
£5 pp
9+
Signals - CO1 1HF

Join us for some green screen acting fun.

Ever fancied being in a space ship or walking with dinosaurs? Well you can with our green screen workshop. Chose your setting, get dressed up then use professional cameras, lighting and green screen equipment, to star in your own fun scene, finally edit the sound and visuals using CapCut software.

Our Autism Friendly sessions are aimed at children and young people on the autism spectrum who may benefit from smaller classes sizes and a little bit more support. We have a maximum class size of 8 and at least two experienced tutors.

This workshop is suitable for all skill levels and ensures a supportive and inclusive environment for all participants.

Parents / carers are welcome to stay for part or all of the workshop if they would like to.

8 places available.

Suitable for ages 9 – 18

No experience required. All materials are provided by Signals.

Discounts available on request, call 01206 560255 or email info@signals.org.uk for more info.

These workshops are offered at a reduced cost because of the kind support from BBC Children in Need.

I just wanted to say a big thank you for the workshops you ran, my children loved them!  

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