Code Art Together
with Shaghayegh Cyrous
In this workshop you'll experience collective creative thinking! We will explore storytelling using our dreams and five senses as tools for collaborative expression at any distance. We will then use our new skills to create 1 minute short experimental videos. We will share our creations and can look forward to visiting the Codame NewArt.city when pieces from the workshop have been incorporated.
The workshop covers various communication methods including interpersonal communication, collective thinking, collaboration via telecommunication, and advanced communication that enhances thought with feeling. These skills will help you clearly transmit you're intent, making them applicable across all disciplines and ladders. They're useful offline, but even more useful online as we experience a global shift to work-from-home as the new norm.
2 hour duration. Saturday June 27th at 12PM (PT) (15:00 EDT, 19:00 UTC, 21:00 CEST) Time.Is
$20 suggested donation with a sliding scale. Get your ticket now.
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This 2-hour session will include the following exercises:
- 15min - Introduction, concepts, and context.
- 60min - Guided hands on creation, application of concepts.
- 30min - Self directed hands on in smaller groups.
- 15min - Show and tell your creation(s)! Q+A. Exploring next steps.
- ??min - Round Table
No programming experience required, all you need is a computer, internet connection and Zoom installed.
Shaghayegh Cyrous is an Iranian-American artist and curator currently living and working in the bay area. Her work has dealt with cross-cultural communication and translation, addressing predicaments of estrangement and distance caused by political and cultural power dynamics. She incorporates interactive time-based strategies such as socially engaged art, participatory performances, and digital technologies such as live video chats and video installations to explore the compression of time and space resulting from digital technologies, and how digital media plays this critical role in the lives of exiles and immigrants and currently the global physical distancing due to the COVID-19 situation.
Her other professional experiences include; Programming and Communication Associate at Aggregate Space Gallery in Oakland, researcher and production assistant of Jim Campbell for the Day For Night project at Salesforce Tower, Board Member of Clarion Alley Mural Project, Civic & Community Engagement Coordinator, at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
In these challenging times this is a an opportunity to be more connected beyond our usual San Francisco boundaries.
This is just the start of a CODAME workshop series to continue to connect, inspire and shape the future by building beautiful and playful ART+TECH experiences all together.
All proceeds will be split with the participating artists. Donations are always welcome.
CODAME is a member of Intersection for the Arts a non profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Code of Conduct for all attendees.