Capture, edit, project with Scott Baker.
Powerhouse Museum’s Creative Studio, in partnership with TAFE NSW and Regional Futures is giving students based in Bega, Bermagui and surrounding townships the opportunity to dive into the basics of content creation and projection mapping technologies alongside multidisciplinary artist, Scott Baker.
In this immersive workshop, Scott Baker will take students through his process of capturing, editing and rigging for video projected installations. Utilising smart devices and accessible software, students will create their own audio-visual works followed by an introduction to video projection mapping and Vjing. This workshop will round out the series with participants ready to develop and present a live video projection event for their family and friends.
Based in Bermagui on Djringanj land of the Yuin People on the far south coast of NSW, Scott Baker is a multidisciplinary digital artist working with live audio-visual performance, audio-visual installation and large-scale video projections to explore site specific responses to life, the universe, and everything in between.
On Yuin-Monaro land
Bega Connected Learning Centre
199 Auckland Street
Bega NSW 2550
Free, bookings essential
Monday – Wednesday
15–17 January 2024
students will be taken out of the classroom to discover and record the bio-diverse environments within the Bega Connected Learning Centre grounds. They will be under the supervision of Powerhouse and TAFE NSW staff.
This is a three-day workshop recommended for high school students in grades 7–12.