On behalf of everyone involved in illuminart’s Port to Port project, illuminart is proud and honoured by the award for State Winner, Best Regional Event SA for Boston Bay Broadcast in the 2016 Australian Event Awards. This is a wonderful recognition of the partnership between Tunarama, Port Lincoln community artists, Viterra, Mosaic AV and the wonderful community and network of people who support the work we do. The project was possible thanks to support from Country Arts SA, Arts SA, and Festivals Australia.
Announcing a new masterclass and training program, focused on the needs of regional South Australian storytellers and visual artists ready to embark on their journey to create large scale projection in their town.
Illuminart have offered 8 berths available on this incredible training and production support voyage for regional SA digital producers, assisted by Country Arts SA…. and we still have some vacancies!
- Berth 1: Khairunnisa Schebella (Victor Harbor/Goolwa)
- Berth 2: Care Vaughan (Victor Harbor/Goolwa)
- Berth 3: Susanne Wegener (Port Lincoln)
- Berth 4: Kellie Higginbottom (Port Pirie)
- Berth 5: Caroline Hammat (Millicent)
- Berth 6: could this be you? (Ceduna/Streaky Bay region)
- Berth 7: could this be you? (Port Augusta region)
- Berth 8: could this be you? (Mount Gambier region)
- Berth … (yes, we are interested in hearing from other regional SA artists)
Our participants are selected from regional communities that will be participating in an exciting cross regional digital media project. Each participant already has some skill in digital media or film making, an interest in teaching and presenting, and a keen interest in the arts and local stories, which will be nurtured by us over the next three years in our Port to Port project.
HOW TO APPLY….
- Contact us for an info pack (email info @ illuminart.com.au or call 1300 ILLUMINART)
- Return the application form / skills audit form by 7 Feb 2017
Leading Lights brings the participating artists together in a process designed to develop specialised skills in digital art / animation / projection, storytelling, community art, cultural development, remote collaboration, workshop facilitation and creative project facilitation, in which they maintain project momentum, strengthening relationships between several remotely connected partners, stakeholders and groups.
The training workshop will occur in two stages, beginning with an intensive training session on 16-19 February 2017 in Port Adelaide, and culminating in a practical residency in Goolwa in April 2017. Additional opportunities will then be developed to support the trainees to devise projects in THEIR town.
There are up currently 8 places in the program, of which four places have been filled. During the program, there are two levels of training.
1: Regional Digital Arts Collaboration: specialist skills involved in the production of projection art and digital arts projects.
2: Advanced mentorship in the high level process of devising and managing a community arts project featuring digital media public outcomes.
Interested regionally based participants who qualify will be able to apply for subsidised places and all interested participants will be able to gain support through our upcoming crowdfunding campaign. For further details please contact Verity Brookes, Community Engagement Officer on verity (at) illuminart.com.au or Andy Petrusevics, Animator and diorector on andy (at) illuminart.com.au, or call 1300 illuminart to be sent an info pack.
This project is part of illuminart’s ‘Port to Port’ statewide project, creating digital stories to connect port towns throughout South Australia with their past, present and future through the exciting portal of projection art.
We are delighted to be supported by Country Arts SA and Alexandrina Connect!
Newcomers to projection art joined the illuminart Port to Port training and development process in July, as team members Andy P and Zero travelled to Victor Harbor along with Susanne Wegener from Port Lincoln.
On the first few days of June, illuminart team members from Adelaide and Port Lincoln, travelled to Port Pirie to share the excitement of projection art with a group of local artists and teachers. Over the course of three days, participants delved into digital media tools and discussed possible storylines to include in future productions.
It was opening night at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe … crowds gathered on the steps and lawns around the South Australian Museum on North Terrace… almost nightfall.
Time now for Fringe Director Heather Croall to welcome all to the traditional land of the Adelaide Plains’ Kaurna people and launch the Fringe.
So began Tangkuinyendi Yabarra – Dreaming Light …the largest Kaurna architectural art projection ever created in South Australia…developed over many significant months in a bi-cultural collaboration with Karl Telfer (Kaurna cultural adviser and co-producer), Paitya dancers and illuminart …told in a most spectacular way as one of the Fringe Illuminations projects.
SA’s projection artists illuminart are coming to Port Pirie to blow up the local arts scene… literally blow it up to SILO size using high powered projectors!
If you’re in Port Pirie and creative, would you like to find out how your writing, visual art, music, culture, history or performance could end up being projected as BIG as a silo?
Illuminart will be holding digital media workshops on 1-3 June, where local creative creative people will be able learn how their images, music and digital video can be brought to life on a MASSIVE scale through projection onto the silos.
Opportunities for workshops are coming up soon in various places and topics of interest.
STARFORMING: A CREATIVE WORKSHOP PROCESS AND NEW COLLABORATION TOOLKIT in Sydney NSW.
Cost: included in conference registration.
Presented by: Cindi Drennan Founder of illuminart, digital media and storytelling specialist.
Port Lincoln’s grain silos are hard to miss on any day but at the annual Tunarama festival 2016, brilliant moving images, sound and music turned one prominent silo stack into a giant animation screen visible all over town, in the exciting 40 minute long BOSTON BAY BROADCAST.
South Australia’s awarding winning projection art specialist, illuminart® created a glistening story of Port Lincoln that shone brightly over Boston Bay for four nights.
Illuminart’s lead animator and projection artist, Andy Petrusevics said it took a team of over a dozen people to put the show together and map it onto the silos which represent so much to the people of the region.
The Story Wall at the State Library of South Australia was launched last night by the Hon. Jack Snelling MP Minister for the Arts, on a perfect balmy spring evening.
This fabulous project has been kept hush hush for some time but at last it is up and running, adding an exciting new feature to the Adelaide CBD.
The beautiful inaugural event commenced with a humorous scene of Colonel William Light opening the wall, and then in his famous pose (pointing over the city) launching a barrage of colourful confetti. Thus begins a witty, enlightening and engaging loop of over a dozen stories lasting almost 25 minutes, which repeats many times each night.
Voice actors, artists and photographers in Albany worked with illuminart to create this new Architectural Storytelling project presented in Albany on the 24th, 25th and 26th April 2015. This gallery shows some of the images from “The Departure” created over several months by the collaborating artists.