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The industry closer than ever

November 15, 2023

The third Employment and Entrepreneurship Fair for the Community arrives TAI

From the Employment and Entrepreneurship Unit, we present the 3rd Employment and Entrepreneurship Fair in this 2023-2024 academic year, event that will take place from November 20 to 28 and with which we continue to link students with the industry for their professional development.

About the Employment and Entrepreneurship Fair

The Employment and Entrepreneurship Fair continues the cycle of meetings and workshops with the industry and its professionals that takes place throughout the academic year, focusing on a special event for two weeks focused on employability and entrepreneurship in the arts.

This job fair, in its third edition, has among its objectives provide valuable information to students and bring young people in training closer to the reality of the labor market through different professionals, companies and reference entities for their expansion and career projection. The event is made up of a series of special activities and meetings so that students can learn first-hand about some of the most in-demand professional opportunities, what artistic talent companies are looking for, or examples of entrepreneurship in the arts.

The agents involved in these activities are companies and professionals who carry out their activity in the industry around the disciplines of Performing Arts, Music, Visual Arts, Film, Music and Postproduction.


Employment and Entrepreneurship Fair Program


1. WORK IN A CREATIVE STUDIO SPECIALIZED IN ART, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY 

20 de No.November, 12:00 hours, room 301

Impart by Diego churches, architect, gecultural stor, communicator, researcher, professor and interdisciplinary designer, co-founder and creative director at Hyper Studio.

He will tell us about how they created the studio, the projects they develop, the different professional profiles that make up their team, personal and professional experiences, etc.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/yAby1sGQ1VXhNYbk9


2. THE PROFILE OF A PRODUCTION DIRECTOR FOR TV SERIES.

November 20, 15:30 p.m., room 101

Taught by Alberto Báez, production director for television series at the audiovisual production company Bamboo.

Participants will be given a broad vision of the functioning of the current labor market in audiovisual production., explaining the functions that this professional profile performs in different projects, the situations to face and much more.
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3. TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN PHOTOGRAPHY.

November 21, 12:00 p.m., room 101

Taught by Facundo Pechervsky, Professional photographer who began his career in press photography and is currently dedicated to corporate image, collaborating with major international brands.

The speaker will offer his experience and professional development and explain how, as a photographer, he incorporates technological advances and artificial intelligence in his daily work in corporate photography. It will open a wide range of possibilities for those who wish to develop as professional photographers.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/cN9JFeGx8oAcLk1XA


4. ENTERING THE WORLD OF INTIMACY COORDINATION IN THE PERFORMING ARTS.

November 21, 16:00 p.m., room 104

Taught by Lucía Delgado and Tábata Cerezo, actresses and intimacy coordinators trained by Netflix's Grow Creative program and founders of IntimAct

The entire professional career of the speakers will be shared, making known the important work of managing intimate scenes in the audiovisual world., as well as the position that this profession occupies in the national and international market within filming.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/9fjtNfbRKVs1H6VL9


5. THE JOURNEY OF AN AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCT: FROM ITS PRODUCTION TO ITS DISTRIBUTION AND PROMOTION.

November 22, 11:30 p.m., room 102

Taught by Alejandro Martín, director of customer services Atresmedia and Miguel Pintado, Head Marketing and Communication Beta Fiction.

The content of the meeting will be the following: what is the production, distribution, communication and marketing of audiovisual projects; different types of audiovisual projects; stages and steps to follow in each type of projects and agents involved; and current events and evolution in the industry.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/xbQnYVVYeScBSS366


6. VFX SUPERVISION: WHERE MAGIC COME TRUE.

November 22, 15:30 p.m., room 102

Taught by Miriam Piquer, VFX supervisor at Dare Planet Studio.

The speaker will talk to us about how the VFX industry has evolved over the years, the projects it develops, the different professional profiles that make up its team, personal and professional experiences, etc.

Miriam Piquer has participated in films, series and documentaries in almost 50 productions, two of them winners of the Goya for Best Special Effects (Balada Triste de Trumpeta” in 2010, and “Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi” in 2013). In 2021 and 2022, It has been nominated for the Goya Awards and the Gaudí Awards in the Best Visual Effects category.

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7. BEING AN ACTRESS AND MUCH MORE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DIVERSIFICATION.

November 23, 11:30 p.m., room 102

Taught by Leonor Martin, actress, architect and presenter. She develops her work between interpretation, dissemination of architecture and audiovisual production through films that focus on the contemporary city.

The experience of linking two disciplines apparently as distant as architecture and interpretation by undertaking artistic projects of their own production will be shared with the participants.

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8. VIEWING OF “THE FANTASTIC CASE OF THE GOLEM” AND SUBSEQUENT COLLOQUIUM WITH ION DE SOSA, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND CARMEN MAÍN, ART DIRECTOR.

November 23, 11:30 p.m., room 201

The film "The Fantastic Case of the Golem" is a candidate for the Feroz Awards and the Goya Awards. Among his team, he has Ion de Sosa (photography direction) and Carmen Maín (art direction), who will participate in the subsequent colloquium sharing their work and experiences with the students.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/2LZAV5ztcAFUnyyJA


9. THE MUSIC PRODUCER: CREATIVE AND TECHNICAL LEADER OF A PROJECT.

November 23, 15:30 p.m., room 103

Taught by Nat Powers, Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum British producer and songwriter and part of the Grammy-winning production trio OCT8VES.

In this session the speaker will share with those attending the meeting the story of his career to date, He will explain his role as a producer and his functions, as well as perform a motivational analysis on the set of skills that help achieve goals and professional success.

Nat Powers has worked with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Wu Tang, Greentea Peng, Ptazeta, J Balvin, Vicco, Recycled J, Fernando Costa, Janet Jackson, Eminem and many others. He is currently developing a television series with his trio, which they plan to bring to Netflix in 2024.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/q1tT43dULKtCnfDx6


10. VIEWING OF "LA MALA FAMILIA" AND SUBSEQUENT COLLOQUIUM WITH OLIVIER ARSON, ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK COMPOSITION, AND RAÚL LIARTE, SCREENWRITER.

Viewed on March 24, at 11:30 a.m., in room 102 / Colloquium on March 24, at 17:00 p.m., in room 301

The film "La mala familia" is a candidate for the Feroz Awards and the Goya Awards. It has a team of highly relevant professionals, among which are Olivier Arson (composer of the soundtrack) and Raúl Liarte (screenwriter).

Both will join us in the colloquium sharing their experience and professional development in this and other projects throughout their careers.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/FYdEbup7NQp9xJ4MA


11. SCRIPT: AN ESSENTIAL FIGURE ON A FILM.

November 27, 11:30 p.m., room 105

Taught by Sara Gómez, professional in the audiovisual medium for more than 10 years, of which the last 7 years have been writing scripts for both films and series.

He will share with the students the functions he performs in different projects, how he develops his professional profile, the situations he has had to face, how he has reached the point where he is currently and his vision of the film industry in relation to his profile.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/DM6rEAzWAwDv5rqZ9


12. THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMPOSITION IN VIDEO GAMES.

November 27, 15:30 p.m., room 102

Taught by Rubén Rincón, sound designer for video games for more than 10 years.

It will explain what the work of a sound designer consists of, how sound for video games differs from sound for other media such as film or TV, differences between projects they develop and what the current national and international market is like.

Ruben Rincón currently works as Sound Director at Nomad Studio, creators of Gris and their next project, Neva. Some of the projects in which he has participated are Fall Guys, Gris, Rainbow Six: Siege or Assassin's Creed.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/XHR6yfHCWTpLTovv8


13. LOCATION MANAGER: SEARCH ENVIRONMENTS FOR AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONS.

November 28, 12:00 p.m., room 102

Taught by Cristina Coronado, location manager.

It will offer extensive knowledge of the production department and the sector, from how to manage the resources of a project to know what it costs to handle them at each scale of work until his involvement in the creative and aesthetic design part of the work, focusing on the locations department.

Cristina Coronado has worked in production teams for 15 years and experienced in different positions, from runner to production or location manager.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/wyc85xyrNt9xe2PdA


14. IMMERSION INTO THE OPERATION OF A CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY.

November 28, 16:00 p.m., room 104

Taught by José Ángel Lorente, press officer of the Marlborough Gallery.

In this session we will learn first-hand about the operation of an art gallery, professional profiles that work in the gallery, the promotion and communication of exhibitions and artists, and much more.

Founded in London in 1946, the Marlborough Gallery has since opened offices in New York, Tokyo, Rome, Monte Carlo, Santiago de Chile, Madrid and Barcelona, ​​becoming one of the oldest and most important galleries in the world.

SIGN UP!: https://forms.gle/fEQ4KtRNtBZdYYBK6


With the Job Fair, open to students of all programs and disciplines, we provide information, contacts and valuable opportunities to students for their professional development.

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