Learn the Language of video. Get on TV. Make Media.
CMNtv offers a variety of video production workshops and classes that teach you how to communicate using video. CMNtv Training is designed for everyone from novice to media professional and provide a relaxed environment for students to learn and experiment.
Below are upcoming workshops and classes. To see a complete list of open training sessions, visit the Registration page. To register online, you must be a Full Member and be logged in to your account.
|Workshop: Vixia Camera - Jan 21, 2017||CMNtv Conference Room||
|Workshop - Intro to Final Cut Pro X - Jan 21, 2017||CMNtv Conference Room||
|Workshop - Sony NXCam - Feb 11, 2017||CMNtv Conference Room||
|Workshop - Studio Basics - Feb 11, 2017||CMNtv Studio||
CMNtv Workshops provide a painless introduce to video production and are the quickest way to get you on TV. Our Workshops cover all areas of production and give you a good introduction to the tools and facilities of CMNtv.
Open to new and veteran members, Workshops are generally two hours long, held on Saturday afternoons and are repeated throughout the calendar year. After completion, you are certified to check out any equipment or rent any facility covered during the Workshop.
In Depth Classes explore video from the inside out. In Depth Classes lead you through practical example projects and cover all the resources and equipment available at CMNtv.
In Depth Classes are generally held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Each class is held for 2 hours/week for 5 weeks. Completion certifies you to rent and use everything covered during class.
Makeup for the Stage and Screen
Theatrical Makeup Workshop
Paint your face, arms, neck and head with character design, artificial bruises and fake wounds.
Astute Artistry has been in business for over 8 years. We teach everything from Beauty makeup to Special fx and more. We pride ourselves in being the only licensed trade school in Michigan for Fashion, Film and Makeup. We are located in Farmington Hills Mi and have over 8,000 sq feet of space to teach students the trade they love.