Training for emerging artists and community
Illuminart offers training workshops in digital media production, and production methods for projection mapping and projection art. The sessions are for small groups and are presented annually during off peak seasons.
The training modules are adapted to suit the applicants and the main purpose of the training is to provide a common language to inform, discuss and practice the steps involved in producing projection art. We also offer these training sessions to emerging artists and technicians who are working with us as trainees or prospective interns. The training modules do not currently form part of any formally recognized curriculum but we consider these may be useful to people studying digital media production and interested in alternative applications of the techniques to those typically taught in graphic and media schools.
If you are interested in Digital Media Training, look for announcements on facebook or our mailing list, or contact us directly.
Our training modules are:
- A practical overview of our favoured animation and compositing programs, outlining their strengths and issues and which ones to use when
- Mobile Projection (also known as Mobile AV or Guerilla Projection) for theatre, performance, activism, public art
- Template, Artboard and Mesh: tools for artists creating media for Architectural Projection
- Live video performance (also known as VJing, Video Jamming) process support
We invite communities with an interest in presenting training workshops or supporting local artists in projection arts projects to contact us for more information.
Just once again wanted to say how much I (and others) enjoyed the workshop. I think proof of dedication/enthusiasm was in no one pulling out with the long hours and freakishly cold & wet weather. I absolutely loved it and can’t wait to receive my new laptop (on order) so I can practice, practice, practice and hopefully join in on any future workshops in Adelaide. You are a great inspiration and made anything look possible.Tracey Faehrmann