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Krista Connerly on Tue, 14 Mar 2006 23:01:53 +0100 (CET)


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Responding to Gesture and Bodies: Design for Physically Based Interactive
Art

Call for Applications: Five Merit Scholarships available for emerging
artists to take a one-week course with award-winning interactive artist
Camille Utterback. These awards are designed to help artists learn and
understand the technologies behind creating Physical-Digital Interfaces
and
to create a critical context in which to make these works. Scholarships
include: Full tuition, materials, lodging and three meals a day for the
duration of the course. Winning applicants must provide for their own
travel.
To apply: Send resume, examples of work, and a brief statement that
answers
the following questions: What is your current work about? Why do you want
t
o
take this course and how do you see it effecting your development as an
artist? You may apply by mail or e-mail.
e-mail applications to kconnerly {AT} andersonranch.org
mail to:
Attn: Krista Connerly
Re: Program Excellence Scholarship
Anderson Ranch Art Center
5263 Owl Creek Road
Anderson Ranch Art Center
Snowmass Village, CO 81615

Responding to Gesture and Bodies:
Design for Physically Based Interactive Art
Dates: August 14 - 18
Location: Anderson Ranch Art Center, Aspen/Snowmass Colorado
Faculty: Camille Utterback

Concept: In this workshop students will explore digitally based
interactive
art that engages human gesture and bodies. The main goal of the workshop
is
to help students develop a critical context for their own interactive
work,
and to demystify the technologies behind this type of work - expanding
each
studentB9s vocabulary in the type of work he/she can do. Students will
learn
about video tracking technology, working with sensors, potentiometers,
microcontrollers and other forms of input, processing, and output.
Software
used in demonstrations may include Flash, Jitter/Max MSP, Processing,
and
Basic (for microprocessor and sensor control).
For more visit:
http://www.andersonranch.org/workshops/index.cfm?include3DDigital%20Media&Ev
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Faculty: Camille UtterbackB9s ground-breaking work has been exhibited at
museums, galleries and festivals across the globe. Utterback's honors
and
awards include a Transmediale award from the Transmediale International
Media Art Festival Award, Berlin (2005), a Rockefeller Foundation New
Media
Fellowship (2002), MIT Technology Review's TR100 - 'the top 100
innovators
of the year under 35' (2002), For more visit:
http://www.andersonranch.org/workshops/index.cfm?include3DDigital%20Media&Ev
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Anderson Ranch Arts Center, located 10 miles outside of Aspen Colorado,
is
an artistsB9 community offering workshops and residencies. AndersonB9
RanchB9s
new expanded digital media program offers classes in animation, video,
sound, digital imaging and interactive media. Summer workshop faculty
are
professionals in their field and include nationally and internationally
renowned artists. Residencies are also available for emerging artists
wishing to experiment and establish new directions of growth in their
work.
For more:
http://www.andersonranch.org//workshops/index.cfm?include3DDigital%20Media
Please contact digital media program director Krista Connerly with any
questions: kconnerly {AT} andersonranch.org
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