The Digital Department of Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, together with the Digital Media Art Department of Shanghai Theatre Academy, has launched the Isadora Joint Workshop on Digital Media Creation.
In this course，we will use Isadora as a creative tool to develop digital media art works. Isadora is a digital media interactive control software developed by TROIKATRONIX company in Germany. It combines the video and audio processing engine of a media server with a hyper-flexible visual programming environment to create an incredibly versatile media playback platform. Whether you are an artist, a designer, a technician or a student, you are able to craft unique environments, improvise and produce experimental experiences through the immersive, reactive system Isadora provides. Top artists use Isadora to create compelling live performances and interactive installations. Isadora is also one of the most flexible and easy-to-use programs. Are you ready to explore the digital media art world?
Tim Gruchy : New Media Artists Visiting Professor, Art Director of Digital Art Department, Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts
Jingping Zhang: Associate Professor of Creative School of Shanghai Theatre Academy, Director of Digital Media Art Teaching and Research Section, Technical Director of Key Laboratory of Digital Performing Arts Integration and Innovation Ministry of Culture. He has extensive experience in the design and creation of interactive art for performance and new media.
Yujie Zhang: Project Director of Interactive Media Art Joint Course,Faculty of Digital Art Department of Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, engaged in digital art, public art research and practice
Day1: 2019/7/1 9:00～16:00 Overview of global Media Art development, Introduction of visual interactive creation tool Isadora
Day2: 2019/7/3 9:00～16:00 Introduction of Isadora scenarios and related methods and skills expansion
Day3: 2019/7/5 9:00～16:00 Isadora interaction design and interface customization
Day4: 2019/7/8 9:00～16:00 Brainstorming, using Isadora for media art creation
Day5: 2019/7/10 9:00～16:00 Mapping experiment and guidance
Day6: 2019/7/12 9:00～16:00 Isadora's advanced applications and creative sharing among teams
Course venue : Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, 99 Shangda Road
I'm running some introductory workshops for artists wishing to explore camera tracking basics in Isadora.
(not sure how v3 will affect these, but excited to find out!)
LIVERPOOL - Fri 14th June - tickets £15 - Eventbrite MANCHESTER - Fri 21st June - tickets £15 - Eventbrite
please spread the word if there are any people new to izzy in the NW UK - should be a fun session. More info below.
An introductory workshop for anyone interested in making live video camera systems for interaction (colour / motion tracking).
About this Event
Want to make the moon follow you around on stage? Or mix music using coloured post-it notes? Generate live visuals through movement? Generate data from your webcam?
This is a introductory workshop for anyone interesting in making live video camera systems for interaction (colour / motion tracking) and generative design without having to code.
We'll be using the software ISADORA - popular in theatre, performance and art installation. Isadora has some really simple camera tracking tools, meaning that even with something as basic as a webcam, you can develop pretty sophisticated systems. These can then be easily integrated with Isadora's other tools such as projection mapping, video mixing, triggering sound, etc.
I've tried to keep the ticket price down as low as can be to make sure that it's accessible. Thanks to Liverpool Screen School and Liverpool School of Art and Design at LJMU and Arts Council England for helping to make this happen.
This workshop is part of PORTALS - an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants funded project - touring my sci-fi interactive projection mapping installation round the NW.
This workshop is now well underway with @ppp586 and I running it for 45 students. IZZ3 is brilliant and once again I am overwhelmed at how great this platform is for artists, students and pretty much anyone wanting to do this stuff we all undertake. Bravo to Mark and the team.
@Woland Thank you very much for your work! I use the Google too because I don't speak very well in English, and even less I write, and I do not want to hurt the eyes of my readers with huge spelling errors. Thank you again, best wishes!
The Isadora Latin Network + InTAD announces its first international workshop who took place in Montevideo, Uruguay last week: "Visual programming environments for the scene". This workshop focuses on the use of isadora software as a reference for visual programming environments; Interactive multimedia technology in dialogue with the performing arts.
We thank Mark Coniglio @mark and his entire team for the support received.
The languages of visual programming open a new field in the realization of interactive digital devices for the scene, in which they can program the devices and applications that fit their artistic purposes without resorting to programming specialists.
This worshop aims to investigate the ways in which stage art incorporates interactive digital devices developed in visual programming languages and uses them as a starting point for artistic creation.
The aim is to bring professionals from the scene to the new accessible technological tools so that the art director can count on artists trained in this discipline to include in their work the resources that it offers.