Introduction to projection mapping seminar

City of Sydney Library

Introduction to projection mapping seminar Tickets

10:30am, Sat 29 July, 2017
Customs House Library, NSW

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Guided by leading multimedia artist, Cindi Drennan, this seminar will introduce you to the techniques, tools and tips behind projection mapping. Cast your creativity on a large scale and learn the processes behind producing projected video transformations of architecture. Get to grips with the groundwork needed to make these impactful installations.

You might be familiar with projection mapping from Sydney's annual Vivid Festival. The wow-factor of the Opera House and Customs House projections are a magical demonstration of the power of this art form.

Presented in seminar-style, you'll be introduced to how projection and digital media is used to transform social spaces. Learn about the technology and skills needed and draw inspiration from examples around the world. Look at how the community currently connects with digital media and examine future opportunities in this space. Find out how different disciplines and arts combine to create successful, exciting projection art and digital placemaking.

Cindi Drennan

Australian Multimedia artist, Cindi Drennan, founder and director of illuminart , specialises in projection art. With community art at the heart of her practice, she blends large-scale mapped projection onto buildings with animated audiovisual narratives. Over 25 years she's lent her creativity to a multitude of multi-disciplinary projects from filmmaking, illustration and animation to community arts and interactive media.

This 1.5-hour session is best suited to adults familiar with animation and video editing software. Tickets are $20 per person with a maximum of 30 participants. Bookings are essential.

If your creativity has been kindled by this seminar, sign up for the second session, a hands-on experience of projection mapping tools and templates.

Customs House Library is wheelchair friendly with an accessible toilet.

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