The Workshop

Led by Eyebeam Fellow Aaron Meyers, in collaboration with Re:Group artist, Aaron Koblin and in creative partnership with Ghostly International.

Tuition for the Visual Music Collaborative has been generously underwritten by Eyebeam’s creative partner, Ghostly International.

Up to 11 participants will be invited to explore the relationship between music, sound, and dynamically generated imagery and motion. Topics will include sound-analysis techniques, advanced OpenGL programming, and interfacing with mobile control devices. Guest speakers and musicians provide additional insight. The master class culminates in an event where participants perform using work created during the week.

Ghostly International is a multi-disciplinary cultural curator that fulfills the roles of art gallery, design house, technology innovator, publishing company, and record label in one. In the years since its birth in 1999, Ghostly has released work from the world’s best visualartists, designers, technologists, and musicians. Participants in this program will have the unique opportunity to work with special assets and material from Ghostly artists and the possibility of a creative relationship with the label.

Participation in this program is via competitive application process only. Applicants should be at least at the graduate level of study, or have an emerging creative practice, and have established experience using OpenFrameworks, Processing, or an equivalent programming tool. Content created during this workshop will be released under Creative Commons licensing and may be promoted by Ghostly International.

Qualified applicants can apply here.
Applications are due May 21, and participants will be notified by May 28.

Contact Eyebeam Education Coordinator, Stephanie Pereira with questions.

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