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Digital Art - Design light-based artwork

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Join a four-hour workshop with artist Jay Tettamanti to design and make light-based artworks. Jay will guide you on how to develop a creative idea that can be presented on a 3D object using projection. This workshop is designed for artists and creatives who are looking to expand their practice. A great way to explore concepts using new techniques, meet people and share ideas.

Participants will need to bring own device (IPad, iPhone or Android) and enough space on device. 

    The workshop cost includes light catering. At time of booking, please include dietary needs as this cannot be fulfilled within 48 hours of workshop date. Please note that if cost is a barrier to participate, please get in touch at arts@wyndham.vic.gov.au. This workshop is for people over 18 years old.

    About the artist/ Jay Tettamanti 

    Jay Tettamanti is a Freelance Technical Director and projection artist with a strong focus on creativity with over ten years of experience working in the arts. Jay specializes in projection, working closely to consult with artists from conception through to the delivery of small and large scale projects. From gallery exhibitions to outdoor festivals, Jay also mentors artists through the technical process of adapting their work for site specific projections.

    https://www.chalkriverlabs.art/

    Images courtesy of the artist.

    Wyndham City Council recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first Peoples of Australia. We acknowledge the Bunurong and Wadawurrung Peoples as Traditional Owners of the lands on which Wyndham City operates. The Wadawurrung and Bunurong Peoples have and always will belong to the Werribee Yalook (river), creeks, stars, hills and red clay of this Country. We pay respect to their Ancestors and Elders who always have, and always will, care for Country and community today and for future generations.


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