We will be meeting at the Carnegie Stout Library in the Lacy Boardroom on January 13th.
During this month’s meeting we will discuss where we would like have the meetings going forward.
Here are some of the possible options:
– Carnegie Stout Library meeting rooms
– Mines of Spain auditorium
– The River Museum
– University of Dubuque Library meeting rooms
If you have any other location ideas feel free to post them in the comments of this post and we will discuss them at the meeting.
Also, if anyone has some projects to show please bring them! I think the Lacy boardroom has a projector that we can use 🙂
Here are the meeting notes from this past weekend’s GRiFIn meeting…
Library Book Donation / GRiFIn Knowledge Base Project:
- Tricia Behnke gave a detailed update about how the library donation project is going and asked the group if they had any ideas for donations.
- Lori Ollendick has some cool books to donate that her daughter is done using.
GRiFIn Logo/Rebranding Project:
- Watched a video that John Swift put together about the progress being made on the current GRiFIn logo
- The group made suggestions for refining two of the logos
- Josh Dill showed a couple of clips from the final night at the lounge
- Clint Heiberger showed an intro clip from his short “The Faust”
Also at the meeting, Garrett Schroeder showed some clips of some experimental short movies and animations that he has been working on.
One last thing we talked about is possibly shooting a quick video on a Sunday afternoon using tools in the Maker Space sometime in Mid-February – at the next GRiFIn meeting we will talk more about it!
What: Great River Film Initiative (GRiFIn) Monthly Meeting
When: January 14th 2017 10am to 12pm
Where: Mindframe Theaters, Dubuque, Iowa
This week we will be talking about projects that are currently being worked on and showing some in-progress clips from those projects on the big screen!
Also this week, we will be taking a look at some options for a new Great River Film Initiative (GRiFIn) logo/branding.
There will also be a brief update about the library book donation project. So, if you can think of any filmmaking books that would be a good resource to have available to the community – let us know!
If you can, come your local filmmaking club on Saturday! It’s a blast!
We will be talking about projects that are currently being worked on and showing some in-progress clips from those projects on the big screen! We will also will be talking about different types of storyboard formats.
If you’re available come join us, it’s going to be a lot of fun!