|Type||Talks and courses|
Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre
|Date and Times||Saturday 20 November 2021 | 3pm-5pm|
|Prices||Free | £1 booking fee (non-refundable)|
TikTok Masterclass with Watson D Hirschfield!
Join TikTok sensation @thatswatson as he delves into the collection using the skills that has seen him amass over 3 million followers on TikTok.
Get your feet moving with our very first object based TikTok workshop with @thatswaston, hosted at The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre. See what it takes to research and create famous old school music videos, using day to day items you can find at home.
Taking inspiration from the 2.5 million-plus objects in Royal Museums Greenwich's collection, the session will teach you how to plan and research videos, dance to the beat, edit, use hashtags and TikTok features and produce viral content.
This event is part of our youth programme, giving young people skills such as video production, editing, research and social skills.
This event is suitable for ages 12-16.
Please note: A £1 booking fee is applicable per booking. We have implemented the booking fee to ensure that people only book free tickets if they are able to attend sessions.
Watch the trailer
What is TikTok?
TikTok has took the world by storm. It is an app that allows users to create, watch, and share 15 second to 3 minutes videos shot on their phones or iPads. The app is filled with people singing, dancing, lip synching and showcasing their talents. The app can be used by amateur and professional creators alike. They can add effects, filters, music and sounds to their videos and collaborate with other users to create content.
Please bring a mobile or iPad device with you. Please note that you will need a TikTok account to participate.
You may also like to bring a notepad and a pencil, to jot down ideas you have during the session.
We do provide light refreshments such as juice, hot drinks, fruit and biscuits free of charge but you may want to provide your own.
Due to COVID-19, we advise that supporting adults wear face coverings where possible and use the antibacterial stations.
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is a quick, easy journey from central London by rail or via local bus services.
Address: The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre, Nelson Mandela Way, Kidbrooke, SE3 9QS
By train: You can reach us from central London via direct routes by Cannon Street London Bridge, Charing Cross and Victoria. Our nearest station is Kidbrooke which is only 5 minute walk away.
By bus: The following buses stop near the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre: 178, B16, 286, 132
By car: There is limited parking space in our car park but we will prioritise parking for visitors with disabilities. Please pre-book, otherwise we cannot guarantee a place. E-mail: email@example.com | tel: 020 8312 6608