Alice Springs – Mparntwe
Postponed to 28-31 March 2022
FRAIM, celebrating and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander video-makers working in remote parts of Australia.
FRAIM workshops will run concurrently on March 29-31, 2022.
Each of the five workshops have been designed to focus on a specific type of content such as, producing funny stories, covering news in Indigenous languages, documenting stories of Indigenous rights, multi-camera coverage of live and sequential events and producing music video clips.
Delegates are required to nominate their preferences for workshops at the time of registration.
The workshops will be held at the Desert Knowledge Precinct, 475 South Stuart Highway, Alice Springs.
FRAIM 2021 Skills Workshops are an invitation only event for Indigenous screen practitioners who reside in geographically isolated areas of Australia and who have provided video content to ICTV since May 2019.
The purpose of the five training workshops is to support emerging and mid-career Indigenous screen practitioners to improve their skills and in turn, the quality of the video material they are producing. The workshops will also be open to non-Indigenous delegates, however numbers for these places will be limited and non-Indigenous delegates may need to attend with an Indigenous delegate.
If you wish to be invited to attend FRAIM’s workshops as a Workshop Participant, please contact us.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF COUNTRY
FRAIM acknowledges and honours First Nations peoples, including the Arrernte People, the Traditional Custodians of the land where this event takes place. We pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging.