FHS instructor to host lip dub video workshop

Video still, 2012 FHS lip dub

The instructor behind the Fayetteville High School student lip dub videos is ready to teach you how to get YouTube famous. Well, sorta.

Peggy James, who teaches television production at the high school, will give a workshop tonight (Tuesday, May 8) entitled “How to Make a Lip Dub.” The class will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Fayetteville Television Center, 101 W. Rock Street.

James produced both the 2012 and the 2011 videos starring the student body of Fayetteville High School. To date, the videos have been viewed over 35,000 times on YouTube.

From the course description:

A lip dub video is a production that uses fun music, lip-synched by participants during a single unedited shot that travels through different rooms and situations within a building or outdoors.

At this workshop, you will learn how FHS produced their lip dubs and how you can endeavor to create your own!

This workshop is free to Fayetteville residents, but pre-registration is required. Call 479-444-3433 to register or for more information.

2012 FHS lip dub video