TWU talk covers film career choices

A voice-over artist is the first guest at two special lectures on working in the entertainment industry.

Trinity Western University is hosting two colloquium talks (lectures) and the first is Wednesday, Jan. 28.

The talks, which are open to the public, will appeal in particular to high school students interested in careers in these fields.

Actor and voice-over artist Deb Sears will speak on work/life balance. 

Admission is free and open to the public but people to have to reserve a seat by emailing samc@twu.ca.

The second event by the School of the Arts, Media + Culture is Feb. 4.

Jamie Rauch, a film industry life coach, will offer advice on landing a job in film.

Both presentations starts at 4 p.m. in the Robert N. Thompson Building (Room 125) on campus.

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