Video Production | Module 7

Technical Workshop 1: Video Production Basics


October 14, 2021 | 11:00am PT, 2:00pm ET
Beginner Level
Presenters: Luke Mehaffie, Media Services Coordinator, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina
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Description: This session will address the basic tools needed to produce videos for your museum including cameras, microphones and lighting equipment and offer low-cost suggestions for those who want to create amazing content, but are not quite ready to spend buckets of money on gear or outsourcing. Instruction will also review general workflow for video production providing attendees with an overview of what goes into a video project.

 

 

Luke Mehaffie
Media Services Coordinator
North Carolina Museum of Art
Raleigh, North Carolina
Luke Mehaffie has been on staff at the North Carolina Museum of Art since 2014. He’s currently the Video Producer for the Museum and serves as part of the Marketing and Communications team. As a Raleigh, North Carolina native, the Museum has always been a place he’s called home. He graduated from East Carolina University with a double concentration in Media Performance and Media Production, where he met his wife. Four children later, Luke is still excited to call the NCMA his home and glad to grow with (and contribute to) the Museum and its offerings.

 

 

Sessions and Workshops in Module 7: Video Production Basics for Museums

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INTRO SESSION

   Get Inspired: Video Production for Museums

Beginner Level: Join this session to hear from two museum professionals who have successfully integrated video production and digital storytelling into their education, programming and communication plans.

Presenters: Megan Smith, K-12 Curriculum and Digital Learning Specialist, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Wyoming, and Nancy Strickland Fields, M.A., (Lumbee), Director/Curator, Museum of the Southeast American Indian, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, North Carolina

 

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TEch Workshop 1

Video Production Basics for Museums

Beginner Level: Learn video production basics! This session will address the basic tools needed to produce videos for your museum including cameras, microphones and lighting equipment and offer low-cost suggestions for those who want to create amazing content, but are not quite ready to spend buckets of money on gear or outsourcing.

Presenter: Luke Mehaffie, Media Services Coordinator, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina

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TEch Workshop 2

Video Planning and Distribution

Intermediate Level: This session will cover planning for video production including the use of production templates as well as the different platforms used to distribute videos. Attendees will learn to differentiate between various types of low-cost video creation and distribution tools and how to set up simple video content structures.

Presenter: Elena Valentine, CEO & Co-Founder, Skill Scout, Chicago, Illinois

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Tech Workshop 3

Emerging Technology in Video Production  

Advanced Level: Join this session to learn about new and emerging video formats, tools and platforms such as 360, volumetric video and virtual tour services. Technical instruction will include examples of recent video work in museums with small production teams and discuss considerations in planning for the future scalability and sustainability.

Presenter: Michael Owen, Principal, MediaCombo, Brooklyn, New York