MORE CLASSES

LIGHTING 101: Vera Concert Lighting

Lighting 101 @ Vera will introduce the basics of stage lighting. The class will focus on learning how to light a band on the Vera stage.  Students will learn about different lighting instruments, how to hang and focus lights, as well as basic lighting console operation. A chance to control the lights to music and program your own chase will be an exciting activity that can’t be missed by anyone. With interactive demonstrations students will have a practical grasp on lighting systems at the conclusion of the class. In addition, participants of the class can expect to gain basic fundamental knowledge of working with a band and their lighting needs. If you’re interested in harnessing the power of Vera’s lighting then this is the class for you.

More

Writing About Music

This comprehensive new 6-class course focuses on practical musical journalism. Through readings, lectures, assignments and discussions, students will explore the history of popular music journalism, learn the craft of writing and begin developing the tools needed for a career writing about music and the arts.

More

DJ-ing

A beginner-to-intermediate course where students will learn the full range basic DJ skills, be introduced to equipment, be provided with software for home practice, and hone their skills before and during Vera Project main stage shows once they’ve completed the full course.

More

register for classes
Register here for classes!

*NEW! Register online for any of our upcoming classes.*



calendar
Calendar

Check dates for shows, gallery openings, classes, workshops, meetings, orientations, and silkscreening.



signup
Newsletter Signup

Want to get updates about upcoming Vera concerts? Sign up here for our weekly mailing list.


GET INVOLVED WITH VERA

Vera is a true to life ‘choose your own adventure’ story – you can run shows, help in the silkscreen studio or recording studio, curate exhibitions in the gallery… anything you want really.

More VERA Spring Fund Drive 2010
The Vera Project  •  MAILING ADDRESS: 305 Harrison Street  •  Seattle, WA 98109  •  206.956.8372  •  PHYSICAL LOCATION: View Map