[artinfo] Moving Image Lab at B3 Media, London 28th Oct - 2nd Nov 2007

Adele Eisenstein adele at c3.hu
Mon Sep 17 10:57:12 CEST 2007


From: "carolinejaneward" <carolinejaneward at gmail.com>

Moving Image Lab at B3 Media, London 28th Oct - 2nd Nov 2007


B3 and Mediamatic are organizing a 5-day workshop about audiovisual
projects for current digital media.

The workshop participants use their own footage and ideas to design
and prototype a project for the media blend of their choice. The
workshop is very hands -on- all participants are assisted personally
in realizing their projects by smart technical assistants and
far-sighted coaches.

Workshop approach:
The workshop has an intense pressure-cooker style in which the
participants get a view on current cultural and technical developments
in digital media: from podcasting to streaming media, from
participatory web 2.0 projects to the various uses of mobile phones.
All participants design their own projects, discuss it with peers and
experienced trainers and build their own working prototype.
The workshop begins with an opening symposium, where renowned makers
deliver their views on workshop related topics and present their
projects. All following workshop sessions take place at the inspiring
B3 premises. Workshop results will be presented and discussed at ICA
again.

Trainers/Assistants:
Florian Thalhofer, artist and maker several price winning new media
documentaries (see www.thalhofer.com) is the original builder of the
Korsakow System. Florian currently teaches at the University of
Literature in Leipzig, where he is further developing the Korsakow
System. Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, workshop program manager and coach of
Mediamatic's Designing Behaviour workshops. Klaas has coached numerous
workshops on interactive media, and lectures on new media and
interactive narration on art academies and universities. Jakob
Schillinger, media artist, designer, an teacher at the University of
the Arts, Berlin, and experienced coach in the Mediamatic databased
film labs.

Participants:
This workshop is meant for media professionals, primarily makers of
film, radio, television, video and new media content. All participants
are assisted personally in realizing their workshop projects. No
specific technical knowledge of new media is required. Participants do
need to be experienced media makers.

Workshop Tools:
Next to the (elegant and easy to learn) Korsakow System and anyMeta,
Mediamatic‚&#8364;&#8482;s content management system that offers all relevant social
web functionality, a selection of current web 2.0 tools will be
prepared to work with. All necessary equipment and software will be
available at the workshop.

More Information:
Participants can bring 40 minutes max. of audiovisual material to the
workshop, preferably in Quicktime.mov format. Participants can also
shoot material during the workshop sessions (to a limited extent), or
use online resources.

When? Where? How Much?
Total cost for participation is ‚&#8218;&#172; 300 (incl.VAT) for people from new
EU member states and ‚&#8218;&#172; 420 (incl.VAT) for people from other EU member
states. This also includes lunches and all necessary equipment.

The workshop language is English, but native speakers of German and
Dutch will also be present.

For this workshop we have two full scholarships available for
participants from the newer EU countries, if you want information
about this, please contact Deborah Meibergen at deborah [at]
mediamatic.net or by phone (+31) (0) 20 638 9901.
Registration and more information:

All participants should send a CV and a short written motivation for
participation. Prior to the start of the workshops, all registrants
are asked to formulate rough ideas about their workshop projects, by
answering a set of questions.
You can register here and 10 days prior to the workshop you will
receive an e-mail with a couple of questions that help you formulate
your workshop project.

For questions or more information, please contact Klaas Kuitenbrouwer
at (+31) (0) 20 638 9901
E-mail: workshops [at] mediamatic.net
Canceling your registration

You may cancel your registration until 10 work days before the
beginning of the workshop by mail workshops at mediamatic.nl or phone +31
(0) 20 638 9901. In that case we will charge you ‚&#8218;&#172; 50,- to compensate
for administration costs. If you cancel later, you are obliged to pay
to whole registration fee.

This workshop is made possible with the support of the MEDIA PLUS
PROGRAMME of the European Community en OCW.


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