spring 2017 arvold.education lineup
Hello fellow film artists! We’re delighted to share our arvold.education slate of master classes, intensives and events coming up in 2017.
This year we continue to expand arvold.education, inspired by our work with fellow artists who share our passion to raise the bar through training and collaboration…and because we, like so many of our students and collaborators, need somewhere to recharge, a safe space to expand, reflect and dive deep. As ever, our education programs are a “place”, no matter which city we’re in, where actors of all experience levels gather to grow between gigs – to cocoon.
Here’s a one-stop arvold.education guide through May. Each offering is unique and tailored to a different aspect of the craft. We hope you will join us this spring, and become a regular participant!
SCENE STUDY with Kevin McNally & Samuel Roukin
Feb 4 in Richmond, VA
A unique opportunity to get insight into how master actors prepare and work, as they discuss their share their own preparation and performance process and direct students in scenes.
Click HERE for tickets & info
ACTING EXTRAVAGANZA with Erica Arvold, Eva DeVirgilis & Scott Wichmann
Feb 18 in Richmond, VA
A four-hour intensive participatory class that focuses on the basics of acting as a craft and as a profession in the MidAtlantic region. Casting director/producer Erica Arvold, CSA, and actors Eva DeVirgilis & Scott Wichmann will lead the group in directed scene work, relaxation techniques, give feedback & advice, and share their personal insights about the ups and downs of the profession.
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ACTING INTENSIVE WEEKEND hosted by Actors Arsenal
April 21-23 in Wilmington, VA
Click HERE to contact Actors Arsenal for more information
ARVOLD IN ATLANTA, Spring 2017
(click on the individual session time for tickets & info)
the art of reviewing your self tape (2-part class): May 8 & May 12
private instruction with Richard Warner, May 8 & May 12: please email [email protected]
PRIVATE COACHING with Richard Warner
As always, our class fees are determined by our actual costs. We sometimes offer scholarships, payment plans and work/study opportunities to ensure that those who want to learn are able to.
As we continue to serve and support the MidAtlantic and SouthEast acting community, we are grateful for our continued collaboration with the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Actors Arsenal, The Robert Mello Studio and TRAIN at Cadence Theater/Virginia Rep and look forward to contributing to programs hosted by such partners as Shenandoah University and Longwood University. Please contact our director of education, Amy Quick, at [email protected] if you or your organization/school is interested in collaborating or hosting an event led by our educators.
Sign up now (classes book quickly) for an opportunity to hone your craft and expand your own career! And don’t forget our arvlogs for answers right now to all kinds of questions about the industry and craft.
the arvold.education team