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Creative Manitoba is very pleased to partner with Erica Daniels of Kejic Productions to present Digital Media Production Training and Apprenticeship Opportunities for Indigenous Women.
This workshop series is presented in partnership with Film Training Manitoba, the Directors Guild of Canada – Manitoba District, and sponsored by Prime Pro Media
Participants will learn producing, directing, camera operation, audio, lighting, and editing in this 4-day interactive training program with Kejic Production’s Executive Producer Erica Daniels.
Participants who successfully complete the training will also receive part-time on-the-job apprenticeship opportunities working on a wide range of productions with Kejic Productions.
Kejic is an Anishinaabe word, which means The Sky. The name was given by Elder Dave Courchene Jr., which symbolizes there are no limits to what we can dream and achieve. We are in a time where we as Indigenous people, the original peoples of our homeland, need to be telling our own stories and representing the Indigenous voices and perspectives.
All workshops will be held in the 4th floor large classroom of Creative Manitoba at 245 McDermot Ave.
Saturday, November 2 9:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday, November 9 9:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday, November 23 9:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday, November 30 9:00am – 4:30pm
This 4 day course is being offered fully subsidized to selected participants.
TO APPLY, please send a resume and cover letter DIRECTLY to email@example.com expressing your interest, passion for storytelling, any previous experience, and how this opportunity will benefit you!
Erica Daniels is Cree/Ojibway from Peguis First Nation. She is a proud mother, an award winning filmmaker and is the owner of Kejic Productions providing Video Production, Photography and Graphic Design.
Erica started her journey through a multimedia program for at-risk-youth called Just TV at the age of 16 and is an alumni of the National Screen Institute’s New Indigenous Voices Program. Through these programs, Erica was able to better her life and gain extensive skills that led to a life as a full time entrepreneur. Her most recent film, Run As One – The Journey of the Front Runners, is being shared in film festivals across the globe and has won numerous awards.
Along with her passion of storytelling, is her passion to work with Indigenous youth in her community by reconnecting them to their culture and identity. She currently runs a cultural program at the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre and mentors youth in video production. The beauty of her culture continuously inspires Erica’s work and motivates her to share the knowledge of her elders for future generations.
To date, Kejic has produced short films, Mikinakay: The Trail of the Turtle for MTS (2017 nominee in the Arts/Culture category for Golden Sheaf Award); Run As One – The Journey of the Front Runners for CBC (2018 Winner of the History & Biography and Founder Golden Sheaf Awards). Kejic has produced and directed music videos for Indigenous artists such as Desiree Dorion, Jade Turner, Leonard Sumner and Jason Burnstick. We provide graphic design services for clients such as the Sagkeeng Heritage Centre, Aboriginal Designers Co-op, Turtle Lodge Health and Wellness Centre, the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre and much more. Current projects include online videos and promotional material for the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Giigewigamig Traditional Healing Centre, Green Action Centre, Canadian Mental Health Association, Children’s Advocate Office, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre and Southern Chiefs Organization.
This course is presented in partnership by Keijic Productions, Creative Manitoba Indigenous Programs, The Director’s Guild of Canada-Manitoba District, Film Training Manitoba and sponsored by Prime Pro Media
- Digital Media Program
November 2, 2019 - November 30, 2019
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Creative Manitoba reserves the right to cancel or postpone any event where a minimum registration level has not been met. Participants registered for an event that is cancelled by Creative Manitoba will receive a full refund.
Registrants may cancel up to one week before the event to receive a full refund. No refunds will be issued to registrants who cancel within one week of the event start date. No refunds will be issued for registrants who do not attend.
Substitute participants are allowed in most cases, but not all. Please check with us ahead of time if you wish to send a substitute participant by calling 204-927-2787.
UPDATED COVID CANCELLATION POLICY: If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, DO NOT attend in-person workshops. Refunds will be given to anyone who cannot attend a workshop due to illness.
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