Premiere Pro Workshop at MAM

The Montclair Art Museum is hosting an Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial workshop on Sunday, Aug. 23. Learn how to edit videos to provide a vivid image.

Premiere Pro video editing workshop.

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The Montclair Art Museum, located on South Mountain Avenue, is a place for people of all ages. The museum hosts events throughout the year for many different groups of people, and there are great things to see throughout the summer! If you’re looking to learn video editing through Adobe Premiere Pro – whether at a professional level or a personal level – the Montclair Art Museum is hosting a tutorial workshop just for that. This Premiere Pro workshop will be held on Sunday, Aug. 23.

According to the Montclair Art Museum’s website,, “Learn to edit your video footage like a professional. This one-day beginner workshop will cover the interface, controls, and features of the industry-standard software Adobe Premiere Pro. Whether you’re aspiring to make simple home movies, YouTube shorts or the next Hollywood blockbuster, Premiere Pro is an affordable and user-friendly way to get the job done. Students are encouraged to bring an external hard drive that stores footage they would like to edit, though it is not required.

Admission to the Premiere Pro workshop is $60 or $40 for members. The Premiere Pro program takes place at the Montclair Art Museum, which is located at 3 South Mountain Avenue in Montclair and is open on Wednesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. The museum is closed in observance of holidays, so be sure to check out the website for any closings before you make your summer holiday plans.

Entry to the Montclair Art Museum is $12 for nonmember adults, $10 for seniors over 65 and students with ID, free for members and free for children under 12.

The Montclair Art Museum also has art studio space that can be rented out for parties and other events. In addition, the third floor has a gallery, family learning lab and digital media lab. The lower level also has a children’s arcade gallery and art school arcade gallery where the art made from those who have visited the museum hang on the wall.

The museum brings together an assortment of different art galleries to show the wide range of art across different centuries. With a combination of modern and contemporary Art, eighteenth and nineteenth Century American Art and Native American art, the museum houses pieces by George McNeil, Jack Whitten, Edward Middleton Manigault and Van Dearing Perrine.

The Montclair Art Museum may not be as large as The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, but the art that is displayed in this museum offers just as much insight into art culture. Be sure to take advantage of this staple of culture in Montclair this summer!

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