Software Basics: Video Editing with Premiere @ AS220 Industries
Nov 17 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

premiereLearn the process of editing and post–production for making a short one–minute video.

Sundays November 3rd, 10th and 17th, 11am to 2pm


The work you do in art, education, marketing, or advocacy work can benefit from video projects and this workshop will show you the essential tools and workflow to make a video from start to finish. Maybe you are a beginner waiting to make your first project or want to move from iMovie to software that gives you more creative control, this workshop is for you. The class as a whole will walk through the entire editing and post-production process for making a short one-minute video using media provided to you.

Get up to speed on the basics of video editing and post-production including:

• Importing and organizing your files
• Choosing your shots
• Basics of editing your project
• Adjusting the audio
• Adding titles and credits
• Exporting your project
• Uploading your video to the web

The AS220 Media Arts lab is equipped with Apple computers and the entire Adobe Creative Cloud suite. You are welcome to bring your own computer as long as you have Adobe Premiere which can be downloaded here and comes with a trial.

Instructor: Jacob Dixon

Advanced: CNC Milling @ AS220 Industries
Nov 17 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Advanced: CNC Milling @ AS220 Industries | Providence | Rhode Island | United States

Get certified to use the TORMACH Personal CNC for metal machining.

Sundays November 10th and 17th, 2pm to 6pm


This workshop is for anyone that has completed the Shopbot class and wants to machine small metal parts.  We will cover basic machine operation and safety. The system accepts files for both 2D and 3D models. Additionally, basic machining functions are included within the PathPilot R Interface software. These functions use a Conversational screen to generate the G-Code, which then runs the machine. Typical functions include Face, Profile, Pocket, Drill/Tap, Thread Mill, and Engrave. The machine is capable of milling materials such as circuit boards, aluminum, steel, and iron.  The table travel capacity is X-18”, Y-9.5”, Z-16.25”.  Our machine is the TORMACH Personal CNC, Model PCNC 1100. It uses a spray coolant system to maintain temperature and remove material.

Instructor: Larry Zagorsky