The Professional Photography Program offers a zone system photography
course to teach the techniques and applications of the Zone System. As
seen in the work of Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, and
Ansel Adams, the Zone System is a valid and practical...
The Picture Story course allows students an opportunity to work in
depth on several projects during the session. The approach will be that
of the classic photojournalism picture story which usually focuses on
one individual and tells their story at length....
How do you see the world? What stories do you need to tell? What pictures are worth a thousand words? In documentary projects students experience the adventure of a documentary assignment, much like one they would receive from a professional editor. Recent trips...
Look at a newspaper. What got your attention? The headlines? Or the
photo? The work of photojournalists tells the story and sells the
paper. This interactive, all-digital course is designed to prepare
students for the working world of photojournalism. One...
Streaming to a website or cable channel near you is the latest news. It
is not told in still pictures, but a live feed from places like Kabul
or Kiev. The Visual Journalism classes at Brooks are designed to take
the photojournalist into the world of video...
A genre that launches the careers of musicians and visual artists, music videos are widely celebrated for their experimentation. The Music Video Production training course consists of music video production that emphasizes storytelling and performance within...
Students enrolled in Stop Animation training can learn how to create
animation with practical models and objects using film stop motion
techniques on the Bolex camera. The class is comprised of a series of
weekly practical stop motion exercises, which include...
Directing for the Actor examines the unique relationship between the director and the actor. Advanced directing courses can improve your directing knowledge and give you the confidence you need to enter this competitive career field. This course emphasizes effective...
Nature cinematography brings the wilderness into our theatres and
homes. The Nature Cinematography training course introduces techniques
through the evaluation of natural history cinematography and provides
extensive field trips to zoos, botanical gardens...
Computers didn't just replace the typewriter; they replaced the pencil too. This graphic design course reveals the computer as a mechanical illustration tool. Students in graphic design courses have the opportunity to create logos, charts and electronic illustrations...
Today's successful visual communicator is required to develop and
produce communication solutions in various media - all with their own
digital file requirements. This class is designed to provide students
with the skills and knowledge necessary to cohesively...
Electronic media allow for graphics to enter the third dimension. In
this Digital Animation training course students study the process of
creating shapes and objects in a 3D digital environment, with an
emphasis on modeling set up for animation. Projects include...
The graphic designer who doesn't know photography is missing the
picture. This digitally based graphic design course concentrates on
developing the photographic knowledge and skills necessary for the
graphic designer. Attention will be given to the use of...
For those with no prior exposure to English. Students begin with the
alphabet and numbers. Basic sentences and phrases related to everyday
"survival" situations are also covered.Please note that any level can be taken either as a Short Course (also
An introduction to basic vocabulary and grammar.
Students learn how to ask and answer questions used in everyday
situations. The course includes some writing of basic sentences,
phrases, and expressions.Please note that any level can be taken either as a Short...
(Prerequisite-Level I or Entrance Exam) This course reinforces the
fundamental grammar and vocabulary needed for basic communication.
Emphasis is on spoken English, but reading and writing are also
included. Level II covers all the basic verb tenses.Please...
(Prerequisite-Level II or Entrance Exam) For students who have
completed the basic levels and have some communicative proficiency.
Oral competency is highly emphasized. Instruction will include more
complex grammar and idiomatic expressions.Please note that...
(Prerequisite-Level III or Entrance Exam) This level continues to
develop oral proficiency and introduces other language functions not
previously studied. Greater emphasis is placed on writing and listening
in this course than in Levels I-III.Please note that...
(Prerequisite-Level IV or Entrance Exam) For students who can freely
communicate with minimal hesitation, but have yet to gain true fluency.
Emphasis is placed on idiomatic expressions and vocabulary development.
Development of writing and reading skills continues...
These are the school's advanced level series. Students
will gain fluency and improve listening comprehension, reading, and
grammar skills. In addition, vocabulary and idioms are emphasized.
There are more than twenty courses in the advanced series and they...