87 Lafayette Street NYC 10013 - (212) 966-4510
7 days a week | 10am-6pm
Tue 12/24 - Wed 1/1 (Winter Holidays)
Mon 1/20 (Martin Luther King Day)
Mon 2/17 (Presidents' Day)
DCTV Workshops provide people from all walks of life access to the skills they need to make media and tell their story. Offering over 150 hands-on workshops each year in all aspects of digital filmmaking and media arts, from basic video production to advanced editing to web design and motion graphics, DCTV is a one-of-a-kind training facility that offers practical knowledge to everyone, from novice to pro.
Whoever you are and whatever you’re looking for - whether it’s a career change, a new hobby, or another skill to add to your professional repertoire - there’s a place for you here.
These are not staunch professors. Highly informed yet down-to-earth, our instructors bring the tips + tricks they gain while out in the field to supplement our industry-standard curriculum.
Unlike other centers, we provide the space and the gear, from high-end computers and software, to the professional equipment that freelancers rely on most. All you need to bring is yourself.
Intimate + Interactive
Our workshops are always small in size so you’re never lost in a crowd. If your workshop is computer-based, you work at your own iMac. If it’s equipment-based, you get your hands dirty. And if it’s discussion-based, you’ll share ideas and get the personalized feedback you need.
Affordable + Accessible
With workshops taking place on weeknights or weekends, some only three hours long, you can gain a wealth of information in a short amount of time. And with consistently low prices, and a convenient location in Chinatown/Tribeca, you don’t have to stop your life to pick up a new skill.
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DCTV is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works, and is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State legislature, and supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by Bloomberg Philanthropies.