Outreach: OM Arts HSI Seminar: How to set up A/V Recording Studio

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    Location

    Tanzania

     
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    Dates

    Friday, 05 July 2019 – Saturday, 13 July 2019

     
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    Apply by

    Friday, 05 April 2019

     
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    Cost

    £205 [GBP] (participants from United Kingdom)

     
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    Ages

    18-

     
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    Who can come

    single people welcome married couples welcome families welcome groups welcome

     

Our primary objectives for this seminar are to talk through everything necessary for establishing an audio-visual recording studio in rural Tanzania as well as help participants draft a realistic plan for doing so.

This project is an initial and essential step for this community to establish a recording studio. Establishing a recording studio in this community will promote the messages of the music produced further and deeper and may encourage church music groups to improve their skills.


Applicants must be 18 or over. If you live in the UK, you can use this link to apply now https://fs7.formsite.com/OperationMobilisation/STM_APL/form_login.html Price excludes flights, insurance & any possible vaccinations and is subject to change according to the exchange rate. As part of our Safeguarding policy, you may require a valid enhanced DBS certificate, which may cost an additional £20.
 

 

Ministry Details

In addition to interacting with our hosts, and the usual daily activities, team members will be leading sessions and/or supporting each other in necessary ways. This includes prayer as well as everything applicable to a team member’s specific role. All sessions will be translated into Swahili and/or another local language.

 

Participant Profile

This project needs an engineer with technical experience setting up studios in rural Africa. Someone who can help participants think through mission and vision as well as business and fundraising strategies for this studio will also be helpful. Learners with an interest in A/V production, if they have someone to learn from, as well as intercessors are also welcome.

 

Accommodation

Participants will stay in a guesthouse close to the seminar venue. Rooms will likely be equipped with basic necessities, including a mosquito net. Please advise project coordinator if you prefer single or double rooms, self-contained or shared.

 

Food

Please advise project coordinator of any dietary restrictions. Also, please note that choice may be limited.

 

Travel

Please confirm travel arrangements with the project organizer before booking any flights. Participants should expect to arrive in Kayanga, Tanzania on 6th July 2019, and depart Kayanga, Tanzania no earlier than 13th July, 2019. Please contact the project organizer for further information and travel advice, as necessary.

 

Health

Good overall health is required for this project. Please visit a local Travel Clinic for up to date information about vaccinations and recommended medications for travel into northwestern Tanzania.

 

Visa

Please check with the Tanzanian Embassy or Consulate holding authority over your country for the most up to date entry requirements. Invitation letters are available upon request.

 

Notes

Please contact the project organizer to discuss technical and equipment limitations for the location of this seminar.