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Program
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Description
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Crocker, Keith Santa Claus and the Movies - How the mythical elf of merriment has been presented on the silver screen! History,
Media- Film,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
This is an oddball but fun presentation showing the various depictions of the Santa Claus legend throughout the years. From Miracle on 34th Street to such crazy adaptations of the story such as Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, we'll investigate the history of Santa Claus through both legend and literature and its ultimate incarnation on the screen. This program will be a seasonal must. Loaded with clips of some of the strangest presentations of Santa over the past decades. It's a unique program to say the least.
$101- $200
Crocker, Keith The History of Sci-fi in Cinema: 1940 -58 History,
Media- Film,
Media- Other
This is a fantastic study of the history of science fiction cinema from the early days of silent cinema to the most recent examples of big budget effects laden fantasy films. We'll screen some digest Castle Films to exemplify Sci-Fi cinema at it's best; Man Made Monster (1940), Dr. Cyclops (1940), One Million BC (1940), as well as It Came from Outer Space (1953), Tarantula (1955), The Creature Walks Among Us (1956), and The Incredible Shrinking Man (1958). This is my second most requested show and comes with the whole two hour nostalgia memorabilia presentation and history lesson.
$101- $200
Crocker, Keith The Humor in Horror History,
Media- Film,
Media- Other
Examines the mix of horror and comedy in cinema, focusing on the Abbott & Costello Meet (Frankenstein, Jekyll & Hyde, The Mummy) series, using 16mm condensed versions of each film. A bio on Abbott & Costello, plus we explore the role of the horror film in society. We cap it all off watching a classic Three Stooges 16mm horror/comedy short, The Ghost Talks. This is a guaranteed crowd pleaser and a fantastic event for Halloween.
$101- $200
Alfieri, Jessica CRAYOLA World of Design by Imagine Arts Academy Media- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Imagine Arts Academy is a sister company of MAD SCIENCE of LONG ISLAND. We have 16 workshops that have been developed with Crayola to teach children about design professions and arts and crafts around the world. Please call us at 516-620-6768 so we can send you information about this fantastic art design program.
$101- $200
Montanye, Jeff Turn Your Cell Phone Camera into a DSLR? Media- Photography
If you want to get a little more quality from your cell phone camera photography this class is for you. The class introduces some great apps and techniques to squeeze a bit more quality out of your cell phone camera. Learn ISO, white balance, shutter speed, HDR, single point focus, long exposure and more. Your cell phone may never become your DSLR replacement but it can do a lot better than the default app that comes with the phone. The class is based on the iPhone but these apps and techniques can work for any smart phone.
$101- $200
Wemett, Lisa Come Along on a Mystery Trip! History,
Media- Photography
Don’t let a “staycation” become stale! “Kidnap” your favorite travel companion and go on a road trip—just don’t tell them where you are headed. Lisa Wemett and Terry Mulee have taken each other on a variety of day-long “mystery trips” throughout the Finger Lakes region and western NYS, exploring the outdoors, art, gardens, and scenic views in places you might least expect to find them. At the conclusion of this travelogue, all locales will be revealed with addresses and contact information so you can plan your own day trips.
$101- $200
Kass, Barry Travels in northern Italy: Art, Architecture, and History History,
Media- Photography,
Multicultural- Other
Through his beautiful photographs, Photographer-Anthropologist Barry Kass will take the audience on a journey to northern Italy, including Milan, the Lake District, old Medieval towns such as Vicenza, Verona and Padua, Venice, Florence and the wonderful Tuscan countryside. This region of northern Italy is renowned for its scenic beauty and unforgettable art, architecture, and history. A highpoint of the talk will be a visit to Bolzano in the incredible Dolomite Alps, where the famous discovery of Otzi, the frozen iceman of the Alps, can be seen in the city museum.
$201- $350
Rudock, M. Photog., Cr., Bill Making Memories Media- Photography
Making Memories :How to take Good Pictures” Every one who starts in photography very shortly asks the question “Why aren’t my pictures as good as I thought they would be?” This program takes the beginning photographer through the steps necessary to improve their photographs with any camera. Program highlights include: • Exposure Control • Shutter Speeds • Aperture • Composition • Subject Matter And much more to help the beginner get started taking great photographs!
$201- $350
Payette, Gil Native American Informational Computer-based Presentations History,
Media- Other,
Multicultural- Native American
I have created twenty computer-based [power point like] programs on a variety of Native American related topics. The narration of the slides is informal and in storytelling format. In addition there is a Native American story at the end of each slide program.
Up to $100
Montanye, Jeff Digital Photography Class Life Skills- Other,
Media- Photography
A short version of our digital photography training classes designed for Libraries and other organizations. This class teaches all about the digital camera including tips and techniques to improve your photographs. You’ll learn about techniques such as rule of thirds and depth of field. The class also covers some of the features built into your camera and how to use them. You’ll learn which features will improve your pictures and which ones to avoid. We’ll cover white balance, zoom, flash, focus, ISO, scene settings and more. Beginner photographers are welcome and any type of digital camera can be used.
$101- $200
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