The International Week prepares TAF

The International Week of TAMK School of Art and Media really started this morning, most international guests arrived yesterday. The workshops of the week are:

  • Responsive & Reactive Moving Image Workshop by Robert Brecevic, Performing Pictures of Interactive Institute (SE)
  • Interactive VJ Workshop Nou & Herkauw by Adri Schokker and Frauke Lehberger, Academy of Pop Culture (NL)
  • Editing Workshop by Elie Yazbeck, Institut d'études scéniques, audiovisuelles et cinématographiques (LB)
  • Animation Workshop by Algimantas Taujanskas, Vilnius College of Technologies and Design
  • "Silence is Golden" Photo Workshop, Alexander Lembke, Faculty of Media Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (DE)
Most workshops will present their results as a part of Tampere Art Factory programme May 15-16On Wednesday there is additionally a series of presentations:
  • Heli Tuksam, Tartu Art College will have a presentation on Tartu Art College and the student projects
  • Aija Druvaskalne-Urdze, Liepaja University New Media Art Programme Presentation
  • EUROPRIX Multimedia Art, Rainer Steindler, International Center for New Media
  • Interactive Movies? Why and How? Chris Hales, SmartLab
  • Academy of Popculture, Adri Schokker
  • Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Aleksander Lembke
On Thursday there is the “Teaching and Learning with the Internet Generation – Methods and Solutions” seminar featuring:
  • Aija Druvaskalne-Urdze, Liepaja University New Media Art Programme
  • René Lansink, Utrecht School of the Arts (About the Crash Project )
  • Alex Reuneker and Patrick Deters Haagse Hogeschool, Academie voor ICT & Media, Communication & Multimedia Design
  • Albert van der Kooij, Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Academy of Popculture (About the Island Festival)
  • Chris Hales, SmartLab, University of East London
  • Wesa Aapro, TAMK (About Demola)
  • Leena Mäkelä, Head of TAMK Film and Television Programme
  • Juha Suonpää, Head of TAMK Fine Arts Programme
Photo: The Interactive VJ Workshop Nou & Herkauw arranged by the Academy of Pop Culture (Netherlands) started this morning.
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