A couple of weeks ago Rosa Pons and Cristina Perales from University of Vic, Barcelona, did their five day staff exchange at TAMK School of Art and Media. They did a workshop with our film and television students, who loved it. The visit once again showed that carefully prepared and implemented visits of lecturers really make sense and pay off.
More joy was to follow: Rosa and Cristina send their feedback, and it was so uplifting I simply have to publish it in our blog:
- We found your students very well prepared for team and autonomous working and they have a huge capacity for work.
- They are quick in learning and seem they aim to improve their skills.
- They are respectful with the others and have a positive attitude. They accept having a leader to guide the production.
- They know how to comprehend the subtext of a scene.
- They can play a role and do it properly, they have intuition and talent.
- They can handle a problem, improvise and organize an audiovisual production in a short time.
- They listen and value the teacher’s suggestions.
- They have a strong cultural background which gives them the ability of having criteria and opinion.
- They know the economical worth of an audiovisual production.
Read the story about the visit
University of Vic
Pictured: Rosa Pons and Cristina Perales at the roof garden of the Finlayson Campus