january, 2019

24jan(jan 24)9:00 am22mar(mar 22)5:00 pmRegistrations Open - Artiz Innovation at State Library, The EdgeResidency for Young Artists

Time

January 24 (Thursday) 9:00 am - March 22 (Friday) 5:00 pm AEST

Location

State Library, The Edge

Stanley Place, South Brisbane, QLD, 4101

Event Details

Experiment with laser-cutting, 3D printing, vacuum-forming and more to design and create collaborative interactive installations throughout the State Library! Join us to learn inventive approaches to art making with the latest tech.

Over three jam-packed days, students will take part in an immersive series of experimental and practical workshops shaped to achieve their own creative directions. Starting with group concept development, they’ll then have the opportunity to learn a variety of techniques to construct site-specific installations across the State Library. Techniques may include (but are not limited to) Arduino programming for light and sound activation, 3D design and printing, mould and object making with vacuum formers, and laser etching and cutting to achieve final collaborative pieces.

Registrations close March 22.

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Date:
Wednesday 10 – Friday 12 April
(Residential arrival on Tuesday 9 April)

Participants:
Year 9 – 12

Accommodation:
Supervised accommodation provided on a twin-share basis near State Library, The Edge

Cost:
Residential: $375 for 3 days (3 nights), fully inclusive*
Day Students: $275 for 3 days**
* Includes accommodation and meals, workshops and materials
** Includes lunch, workshops and materials

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Travel Subsidies are available thanks to Brian Tucker. Students travelling more than 300km in each direction to attend the program may receive a subsidy of up to $250 to cover travel costs. Subsidies are limited in number and are provided on a needs basis. Please call Flying Arts Alliance on 07 3216 1322 or email the Scheduled Program Lead for more information.


Further Information

The program this year will include sessions focusing on the following:

– Developing designs for 3D printing and laser-cutting
– Learning how to create vacuum formed objects from recycleable materials
– Building mp3 players with electronics and arduino programming
– Conceptualising kinetic sculptures
– Getting a taste of creating for augmented reality and virtual reality environments
– Experimenting with bio-art
– Connecting with further resources to continue learning about these exciting artforms at home

In addition to the set sessions throughout the three days, two optional evening engagements are also on offer:

– Made Today: a community storytelling meet-up
– Hack the Evening: a fabrication lab meet-up to continue experimentation with Arduino


See what an Artiz Innovation experience looks like

Want to see what happened at Artiz Innovation 2018? Check out our video of the experience!

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