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The Art of Zombie Makeup with Tracy Lai
This workshop will entail learning to apply skin-safe film-grade special makeup effects materials by using liquid latex, gelatin, cream paints, fake blood and dirt, creating a realistic rotting flesh for a living dead character.
**Not suitable for students with latex allergies
Tracy Lai is an award-winning Vancouver-based makeup artist with 14 years of experience in film, television, commercials & music videos. Career highlights include Wes Craven’s “The Girl In The Photographs”, “Star Trek: Beyond”, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” and more.
The Art of Keeping the Camera: Film Acting with Mackenzie Gray
This course will teach the technical, practical aspects of acting in film and television which are often excluded in “on-camera acting” courses.
Mackenzie Gray An award-winning professional actor for over 40 years, he has appeared in over 150 films and television shows such as MAN OF STEEL (Jax-Ur), LEGION (The Eye) and RIVERDALE (The Pathologist) to name just three.
The Art of the Comic Book Cover with James Lloyd
Students will explore the process of conceiving a comic cover or title page. The lesson will guide students through all the elements that comprise the creation an effective and informative comic book cover.
James Lloyd is a Vancouver cartoonist who has worked both in television and print, but is best known as the regular artist on the Futurama Comics title for Matt Groening’s BONGO Comics.
The Art of Cupcake Decoration with Caroline Griffiths
Students will learn to decorate cupcake with different techniques including basic flowers and pipping skills. Students will have hands on practice in addition to instructor’s demonstration. Participants will go home with their cupcakes to show off & enjoy.
Caroline Griffiths worked for Vancouver establishments such as Hawksworth and Chambar Restaurant and is a current Instructor for the Baking and Pastry Arts Program at Vancouver Community College.
The Art of Fantasy Headpieces with MJ Paterson
Students will learn the basics of fantasy headpiece making, including making shapes from Sinamay straw, decorating and embellishing.
MJ Paterson is a hat maker from the UK with 9 years’ experience. Most of her work is for television, including shows such as Once Upon a time, The Flash, Supernatural and the series Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events.