Workshop: Immersive Video and Public Dialogue
Saturday, February 23, 2013, 10:00 - 4:00 PM
$5 Girls 9-21
$10 Henry Members, UW Students, Staff, and Faculty
$15 General Audience
The clever folks at Reel Grrls have teamed up with the Henry to bring you an afternoon of interactive video exploration! Join us for a full day workshop and conversation on immersive video and the variable role of art in conversation with Seattle Artists Molly Mac and Wynne Greenwood. Using the work of Pipilotti Rist’s A la belle étoile as a point of departure, this workshop will feature a tour and demonstration of form, play, and narrative that will explore the ways in which immersive video can facilitate dialogue and new ways of seeing. Following this introduction attendees will then participate in a series of immersive dialogues and making opportunities led by the artists using an immersive pop-up video installation created by Molly Mac.
Reel Grrls is the premier year-round media-training program that teaches production skills through hands-on workshops and classes taught by female media professionals and educators. While Reel Grrls programming focuses on women ages 9 – 21, this one day workshop at the Henry will be open to all!