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    Digital Art - Digital collage

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    Digital Art - Digital collage 

    Join a four-hour introduction workshop on collage using digital techniques with artist I dream in RGB. Learn how to use photos and videos to collage and make a short video. Perfect for people who would like to expand their practice. A great way to explore concepts using new techniques, meet people and share ideas.

    The workshop cost includes light catering. At time of booking, please include dietary needs. Dietary requirements cannot be fulfilled within 48 hours of workshop date. No experience necessary just a passion for making. Participants will need to bring own laptop and enough space on device. This workshop is for people over 18 years old. If cost is a barrier, please make contact arts@wyndham.vic.gov.au

    About artist/ I dream in RGB

    I dream in RGB , aka Andrea Draper (she/her) is an Interdisciplinary artist that explores dynamic collages as moving image, alongside other digital and hand-rendered practices. Andrea embraces a digital weaving of image manipulation, hand-rendered elements, patterning, and typography, to fuse visual art with graphic design.

    The artist often investigates cultural identity, including her Burmese ethnicity, a childhood in London’s East End and a later upbringing in Melbourne’s outer suburbia. This background inspires dialogues of diaspora, remixes of pop culture, and contemporary interpretations of her multifaceted lived experiences.

    Andrea is also an enthusiastic educator and teaches painting, printmaking, drawing and graphic design at Educational Institutes in Melbourne.

    https://www.idreaminrgb.com/

    https://www.instagram.com/i_dream_in_rgb/

    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.

    Image 1 courtesy of artist Artwork/ Uplift (moving image still)

    Image 2 courtesy of artist


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