Media training is one of the mainstays of public relations and has never been more important than it is today. For dancers, the way that you work with a crew and deliver for a director can make the difference between creating a strong positive impression or a truly negative one. Whether you’re a director, choreographer, dancer, or student adhering to some of these basic rules for on-camera media training will make you a standout positive experience for everyone that works with you… and you’ll look great on-camera!
Photo by Scott Shaw.
Gibney’s Digital Media Initiative seeks to empower artists to create high quality digital content and integrate technology into their practice. The DMI supports artists by providing trainings, consultations, access to hardware and software, and subsidized filming and editing services. Learn more.
Gibney 280 Broadway is accessible via elevator from the main entrance at 53A Chambers Street.
We welcome the opportunity to make this event more accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products, so that people with chemical sensitivities can join us. Please request ASL interpreting, audio description, or open captioning 30 days before the event or submit other requests by completing our Access Requests and Inquiries Form or calling 646.837.6809 (Voice only).