Interactive Technologies Workshops

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INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERFORMANCE WORKSHOPS

Facilitators:
Ross Flight, Jorge Lopes Ramos,
Tim Murray-Browne and guest technologists

Dates:
Thursdays from 6pm – 9pm
(11th February to 17th March 2016)

Venue:
GAS Station
(1 Hamilton Road, E15 3AE)

Fee:
£48 for 6 sessions

Apply:
info@gas-station.uk

The aim of these workshops is to explore approaches to participatory experiences with the use of interactive technology. You will become familiar with creative technologies made for interaction with audiences/participants/players.  In each session the facilitators will set a different creative task that focuses on creating live experiences for participation/interaction.

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This experimental workshop is a pilot supported by the EECF.
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GAS Station is a new space dedicated to projects, ideas and conversations
that live somewhere in the intersection between Games, Live Arts and Technology.

GAS often supports early stage projects with space, equipment and mentoring,
fostering partnerships and exchanges between professionals
from a range of creative areas.

 

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In partnership with University of East London, ZU-UK has launched a new Masters Programme.  MA Contemporary Performance Practices starts September 2016 and is now accepting applications [here]

 

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GAS is curated and managed by ZU-UK.

Curious?
Please get in touch.
info@gas-station.uk

GAS station is a 5min walk from West Ham station:
1 Hamilton Road, Gainsborough Learning Centre, E15 3AE

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