Glasgow International 2020

Ursula Kam-Ling Cheng

Interactive Digital Drawing - Hosted by Transmuted Worlds

Event
Workshop

A workshop that can be tailored to suit a variety of age groups; Tagtool is a free app on basic use. It is used as an instrument for collaborative visual expression, that allows the participant to paint, animate and project in real time. It’s a digital tool that lets you draw with your fingers in a process that allows the imagination to run freely. iPad 2 or better works. For the best experience, use a recent iPad model. For collaborative sessions, all iPads need to join the same wireless network. Connect a projector or TV with an AV adapter, or stream over AirPlay. Participants will be inventive and use the animation tool to create live looped motion graphics. Building confidence in their creativity and imagination to create a light drawing in real time mapped onto a prepped installed surface within the exhibition space. The aim is to promote awareness of what we see around us through a digital platform as a starting source. Explore line drawing and promote self esteem in their creative ability.

The teaching staff will provide the materials needed for workshops and Aprons for children. There will also be light refreshments for children and parents. Parents of younger children are welcome to stay for the duration of the workshop if they wish. The exhibition space is in the centre of town so there are also plenty of shops and cafes in the surrounding area.

The workshops are on a sign up basis and open to all children interested in taking part.

Accessibility – There is excellent accessibility within the building , elevators and disabled access to all floors. There is a toilet on level 4-one floor down from the exhibition space. Parking is limited but there is very good public transport in the area.

For all enquires and information contact  – Project Co-Ordinator Louise Gibson transmutedworlds@gmail.com 07392464478

Sat 21 April 10-12pm (13-16yrs)

Sat 28th 12-15pm (9-12yrs)

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