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Saturday
05
MAY

Voice-Overs: Now Is Your Time! (Mount Vernon, WA)

09:30
23:30
Such A Voice
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In what could be one of the most enlightening two hours you’ve ever spent, this voice-over class will show you how YOU could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, videos and more! Most people go about it the wrong way. In this class, you will learn about a unique, outside the box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part or full-time careers out there! This fun, interactive class could be the game changer you’ve been looking for!

Lisa Foster, successful voice-over artist and instructor, is excited to teach “Voice-Overs: Now Is Your Time” at Skagit Valley College on Saturday, May 5th. The class goes from 9:30AM-11:30AM.

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Lisa Foster is no unfamiliar face to the voice-over industry. She has been in the business for over 25 years and has been coaching for 10 years. Her first voice-over experience began in little ol’ Sacramento, CA back in 1991. She was the weekend traffic reporter on Rush Limbaugh’s flagship station, KFBK. Since then, she has been the voice for many well-known companies, doing voice-overs for video games, corporate training, and TV and radio ads. She has also written and performed stand-up comedy and has hosted many charity events and auctions in the Seattle area. Lisa Foster can be heard on the popular podcast that debuted in January 2012, “Peculiar Podcast with Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster.”

Here’s what she will be covering in the class:

COURSE OUTLINE:
-Overview of the voice-over industry
-Demonstration of voice-over technique with two class volunteers
-The numerous career opportunities within this industry
-Unions and how they play a part
-The income potential for full and/or part-time voice-over work
-How to market yourself in this fast-changing industry and how to land work!
-The new industry standards (ie. being able to work from home, recording on your computer or smartphone)
-The equipment and tools needed to get started
-An introduction to the all-important voice-over demo
-Step up the mic and record your own voice-over, and receive a complimentary evaluation of your potential in the industry

LOCATION:
Skagit Valley College
H024 (Hodson Hall)
2405 E. College Way
Mt Vernon, WA 98273

*You enter the east side where the theater entrance is and it's the only classroom on the left.

COURSE INFORMATION
Fee: $49
Limited Seating
One Session

Register via phone using a VISA or MasterCard call 360-416-7638 or e-mail CommunityEd@skagit.edu.