PARTNERSHIP DIVISION University of Greenwich CREATE IT Old Royal Naval College Park Row Summer School London SE10 9LS 17, 18, 19 and 23 July 2012About The British Music The British Music Experience uses Radio-frequency identification (RFID)Experience technology throughout the museum.Our purpose is to advance the Traditional tickets are replaced by aeducation and appreciation of the art, Smarticket which allows visitors tohistory and science of music in Britain activate the interactive elements of thethrough our unrivalled collection and full museum and also to register furtherprogramme of public and educational interest in specific British Musicworkshops, lectures, master-classes Experience features. Visitors can thenand concerts. visit www.britishmusicexperience. com to discover more about the partsThe British Music Experience enables of the museum they want to learnvisitors to trace musical trends through more about.the decades, learn about musicsinfluence on art, fashion and politics and The British Music Experience is aallows visitors to download music from registered not-for-profit charity.the British Music Experience archive. Registered Charity No. 1125752.For the genuine musical experience, Further informationmembers of the public can visit theGibson Interactive Studio, a fully For further details or to discuss thisintegrated space within the British summer school:Music Experience where they can play Telephone: 020 8331 8153various Gibson guitars, Slingerland E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org This document is available in otherDrums, pianos, mixing desks and have formats on requesta go on in the Sennheiser Vocal Booth. University of Greenwich, a charity and company limited by guarantee, registered in England (reg. no. 986729). Registered office: Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS Every effort has been made to ensure that this leaflet is as accurate as possible. However, the university reserves the right to discontinue any class or programme, to alter any programme or to amend without notice any other information printed here. D4811-10 February 11 www.greenwich.ac.uk
You will find an overview of each How much does it cost? Events management In this case, the client is the British strand on subsequent pages. You Music Experience at The O2. They The summer school is funded by This strand is for anyone interested should apply for the strand that are putting on an event (that students interests you and is relevant to the the University of Greenwich and it is in the fast growing field of events on the event management strand will subjects you are currently studying or completely free to participants. We management. During the three days co-ordinate) and those on the music are considering studying in the future. provide lunch and refreshments on you will develop and stage a live event technology strand will be responsible Activities replicate the university each day. that showcases the music production for providing music for the event, experience and will be attended by and videos produced by the other both in original recordings put How do I apply? summer school strands. about 60 people from local schools together over the three days and from and colleges, so you will get to meet The summer school application form is remixing music from external bands. The event will take place at the other people and make some new available from your school or college. It All the content will be introduced at British Music Experience at The O2 friends too! must be completed and signed by your the event, and you can work with the and will feature a live performance, parent/carer before being passed to students in the other strands to make several video screenings, a tour of Who should apply? your teacher/tutor in school or college. sure that your music is showcased in the facilities, VIP guests and food We are offering this opportunity to Completed applications should reach the best way possible. and drink. You will be responsible young people who have the potential the summer schools co-ordinator by the for all areas of the event, and to help closing date of 31 March 2012. Video production to go on to higher education (HE) with this, you will spend three days and are from Year 12 or further working through the processes and This strand is a practical introduction Applications received after this date education colleges in the South gaining a clear understanding of the to film and TV production. You will will only be considered if there are still East London region. places available. basic stages of events start by learning about the various management: stages in the production process. creative concept development Then, after gaining some basic skillsThe University of Greenwich is very excited to be partnering the British Music (what are you going to do and why); in planning, camera operation andExperience - Britains interactive museum of rock and pop music housed pre-production stages (including editing you will work as part of awithin The O2, to give students an insight into the worlds most popular venue guest management, marketing, team to plan, shoot, and edit aand access to an amazing range of resources including their state-of-the-art venue selection, and programme short film.performance space and industry partners Gibson and Sennheiser. development); production (audio- visual (AV), staging, As this work forms part of the event themeing, for the British Music Experience, you entertainment, stakeholder will be expected to create a film orThe summer school programme Over the course of three days, you management, timing, registration) and video to fit in with the music workwill take place on the universitys will experience a challenging and post-production (wash-ups, feedback, completed by the students followingGreenwich Campus and will include interactive learning experience, with an public relations). the music technology strand. Theretrips to the British Music Experience emphasis on practical group work. In will be a variety of briefs given to thefor research. There will also be a final addition, you will gain new specialist Music technology video production strand so you canshowcase event for friends and family skills and knowledge and improve experience a range of activities, from This strand is for anyone interestedat the British Music Experience on the your team-working, project planning, creating videos to a set brief through in music and sound design. Over the23 July 2012. and communication skills. There to filming live shoots. three days you will learn essential are three strands available: eventsThis exciting summer school is skills in musical composition for management; music technology anddesigned for Year 12 or further picture, sound recording/editing, video production. Depending on the programming and mixing. Havingeducation students, providing the strand you choose, you will beopportunity to experience university life covered the basics of these areas, either producing a remixed versionand to discover what it is really like to you will work on a variety of tasks of a local bands music, shooting andbe a university student, before making relating to the client brief. editing a video or planning ourthose important future decisions. showcase event.