The Media Lab offers a wide range of programming, from Digital Photography to Acting on Camera. For detailed information on classes currently being offered please go to page 64 in the Summer 2013 Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide.
You can also view the Summer 2013 Media Lab programs by clicking on the PDF below:
Media Lab Programs - Summer 2013
To register for programs visit Program Registration or call 604-276-4300.
Lauren Burrows Backhouse
Media Arts programmer Lauren Burrows Backhouse is the founder of the Richmond Youth Media Program (RYMP) and the facilitator for several media-based community partnerships. Lauren has spent more than 10 years on the air, broadcasting everything from traffic reports on CKNW to the latest in independent music on CBC Radio 3, and she brings that expertise to her instruction on podcasting, music production, and DJ skill sessions.
Tina Milo has been working professionally in film, television and theatre for the past twenty years. Her roots began at the Dah Theatre Research Center in Serbia, where she toured both nationally and internationally. Tina uses an intensive approach in her instruction; covering many aspects of Film and Television acting including auditioning, cold read, work in front of the camera, voice and movement.
Adam Stenhouse is a photographer from the United Kingdom. He completed his BA Hons in Visual Communication at the Glasgow School of Art and his Master of Applied Arts in Visual Arts at Emily Carr University. His practice oscillates between the use of analogue equipment, and the use of current digital technologies and manipulation. Adam gained an interest in education whilst working on a JET programme placement in Kobe, Japan where he worked in Elementary and Junior High Schools. His interest in art education has grown through his studies and he has taught photography classes at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.
Cinevolution Media Arts Society is the Resident Professional Company of the Richmond Media Lab. This multicultural group creates a variety of programming including classes, workshops, film screenings, and community dialogues for people of all ages. Cinevolution is also the non-profit group behind Richmond’s annual International Film and Media Arts Festival, Your Kontinent, held in partnership with the City of Richmond at the Richmond Cultural Centre. www.cinevolutionmedia.com
Byte Camp is a non-profit society that is dedicated to giving kids quality, affordable and fun creative opportunities with technology. Byte Camp programs at the Richmond Arts Centre and Media Lab include 3D Animation, 3D and Flash Video Game Design, and Music Video Production. www.bytecamp.ca