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Backstage Academy will be returning to the PLASA Show at its new location in London’s ExCel from 6th– 9th October

Backstage Academy will be returning to the PLASA Show at its new location in London’s ExCel from 6th– 9th October where we will host several educational and informative events.

We will be exhibiting on stand A37 and A33 (with The University of Bolton), where we will be informing visitors about our new BA Visual Production and BA Top Up Live Events Production degree courses, as well as our short courses, bespoke training and FdA Live Events Production. There will also be a demonstration of the d3 media server for visitors to interact with – one of the systems taught on the new BA Visual Production course.

 

‘Live Visuals: Creativity, Convergence and Careers’

We will be hosting a seminar as part of the PLASA Professional Development Programme on Sunday from 12.30pm – 1.30pm, ‘Live Visuals: Creativity, Convergence and Careers’, where d3 Technologies’ Chris Bird will talk about the increasing convergence of lighting and video, how this is affecting workflow, technology and careers in live visuals, and explains why he has been working with Backstage Academy to develop the new BA Live Visuals course. Click here to register for the session.

 

Scholarships announcements

On the Theatres Trust stage Backstage Academy will be making two special announcements about our new Scholarship schemes for the FdA Live Events Production (validated by The University of Bolton) and Ready for Work Training Programmes. Just turn up on the day to find out more about the courses and pose your questions to our staff.

These sessions will take place on Monday 7th October between 3.30 – 4pm and Tuesday 8th October between 2.45pm – 3.15pm.

To register for free for the PLASA Show please use Backstage Academy’s unique registration link.

You can also let us know you’re coming to PLASA by joining our Facebook event.

https://www.facebook.com/events/257069087766492/

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