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IL DOMINIO DI BAGNOLI

IL DOMINIO DI BAGNOLI

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IL DOMINIO DI BAGNOLI


IL DOMINIO DI BAGNOLI
23 - 30 July; COURSES IN JOURNALISM

COURSES

In 2011 and 2012one week courses in Journalism and Art will be offered at Dominio di Bagnoli. The aim of the courses is to provide excellent tuition and an opportunity to be involved in the historic Dominio di BagnoliEstate. The tutors are highly regarded experts and award winners in their respective fields. Participants in the courses will tour a different part of the estate each day and will interact with the Dominio staff. There will be a daily talk by Dominio workers as well as dinners on the estate and a wine tasting.

 

COURSE DATES

JOURNALISM   23TH TO 3OTH JULY 2011

ART  MAY 2012

 

 

 

COURSE CO ORDINATOR

Imogen McNamara is an Italian trained sommelier and the Wine Director of Pilgrim Wines Australia.

Resident in Italy she organises courses for musicians, artists, writers and journalists.

For further information:

Contact: Imogen McNamara

Tel:+39 0583 760 375; 339 414 1720

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THE TUTORS: JOURNALISM

 

ROSIE GOLDSMITH has over twenty years’ experience as an international journalist in the UK, USA and Germany. She works in all media: broadcast, video, online and print. She writes for newspapers and magazines such as ‘The Independent,’ ‘New Statesman’, ‘Radio Times’ and ‘Royal Academy Magazine’. As a senior journalist with the BBC she has been a presenter of the foreign affairs radio show ‘Crossing Continents’ and regularly presents documentaries on a wide range of topics, from arts (the live BBC Radio programs ‘Front Row’, ‘Open Book’ and ‘The Strand’) to global media (BBC’s ‘A WorldIn Your Ear’), European affairs and women’s issues (reporter for BBC’s ‘Woman’s Hour’). Rosie has also hosted series on Fashion, Museums and on the Virgin Mary in the 21st Century. Before joining the BBC she was a reporter and presenter for German Radio in English (Deutsche Welle and Deutschlandfunk) and National Public Radio in the USA.  Rosie is also a very experienced producer and media trainer.

Rosie Goldsmith haswon the following awards: 

The Foreign Press Association Award for “The My Lai Tapes” (on 1968 Vietnam War massacre)

Sony Awards for “The My Lai Tapes”, “Pushing Back The Curtain” and “Eurofile”

The Association of International Broadcasting Award for ‘Crossing Continents’

MAX EASTERMAN is a respected and award-winning journalist and teacher. He has extensive experience in broadcasting and journalism, as a reporter, presenter and maker of features, investigative documentaries and news programmes. After starting in local radio, he worked on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Today’ and ‘The World Tonight’, and in TV and print, as well as in educational broadcasting and on the BBC World Service. As a producer and reporter over many years on ‘File on 4’, he was at the forefront of investigative journalism. He speaks several languages and for the last 20 years has been involved in training broadcast journalists across the world and teaching journalism at University in the UK. He has trained for the ground-breaking Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma and has run courses in all aspects of journalism practice and management in the former Soviet Unio n and Soviet Bloc, Africa and the Middle East.                                                                                         

Max Easterman has won the following radio awards:                 

Gold Medal, International Radio Programming,NewYorkFestival; and Society of Professional Journalists' award for:  Best Radio Documentary, Common  Ground  NPR, USA                                      

 Sony Gold Award: Best Current Affairs Documentary ‘The Indissoluble Union: Cotton, Chemicals and Corruption.’  

Broadcasting Press Guild Award: File on 4.

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THE TUTORS:

Dr. Cynthia Taylor was a Professor of Art Education at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, from 1995 to 2004.

She was also also a professor and and course tutor at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax in the course: Art The Search for Self 2000. A Professor/Course Instructor in the  MEd (Literacy) Program, MSVU

St. John's, Newfoundland -- Visual Art: A Way of Knowingin 2001, 2002. In 2009 she was a Professor at NSCAD University in  Professional Preparation, Art Education.

She has presented papers on the teaching of Art at International conferences in the USA, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Hungary and the UK.

Dr.Taylor was a course instructor for ‘Pratt in Tuscany’ in 1999, 2001, 2004 and 2006.

In 2001 she was received the NSCAD Award for Excellence in Teaching.

She brings a wealth of experience, humour, depth of understanding and creativity to the course.

 

Bill McKibbon has taught art at High school and as an adjunct member of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. He has taught drawing, painting, form and colour, printmaking, silkscreen printing and ceramics.

He has had exhibitions at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Beaverbrook gallery, Moncton, and Dalhousie University, Halifax.

His work  forms part of the Public Collections at :Gulf Canada Ltd., NOVA, Alberta, Coopers Lybrand and Canadian Pacific Ltd.

Mr McKibbon is the author of The Token Gift – Published by Annick Press Ltd., 1996

 Shortlisted for the Hackmatack award for Children’s Literature.