Less than one week left to sign-up for masterclasses...discount codes here!

Deadline to sign-up June 21
Sign-up and more info here: http://eyebeam.org/events/summer-school-2010

Creative practitioners are invited to join us this July for a series of week-long, studio-based intensives. Work alongside our Fellows and their collaborators, experimenting and playing with creative uses of the latest tools in art, media, and technology. Walk away with at the very least a working prototype of a project, and of course learn some new skills along the way.

These courses will simulate a residency experience at Eyebeam - Over the course of the week, participants will spend time working and hanging out with the artists, designers, academics, and technologists from around the world that make up our community, and have studio access to studio tools and equipment relevant to your work here. Eyebeam’s studio is located in the heart of NYC’s Chelsea art district, and provides a fertile context for thinking, making and sharing.

Special discount codes for friends of Eyebeam (if you are reading this, you are our friend!):
"SUMMER" - $100 off course fee
"COLLAB" - $300/person rate for 2 collaborators
"GROUPIE" - $250/person rate for groups of 3 or more

Available courses:

Intergenerational sci-fi storytelling meets video art in this week-long intensive with Jacob Ciocci

Participants will create video collages made up of original green screen footage and archived material in collaboration with a community of older adults. The class will cover basic green screen techniques, essential AfterEffects and Flash animation skills, and strategies for archiving, editing and remixing found footage. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops with Adobe AfterEffects, Flash and Final Cut installed.

Jacob Ciocci is a member of the art collective Paper Rad. His work is concerned with the relationships between popular culture, technology and notions of transcendence. His has shown at Deitch Projects, MoMA, Yerba Buena Center, New Museum, and other internationally recognized venues.

Course fee: $485
Sign-up by June 21:

Physical computing meets game design in this week-long intensive led by Kaho Abe.

Participants will design a working game prototype while collaborating with peers and guest designers to experiment with various sensors, switches, computer vision, and the Arduino. This course is geared towards game designers, and a basic understanding of game design and coding is required. Some knowledge of physical computing is a plus, yet not required.

Kaho Abe is a designer interested in improving social and personal experiences through the use of technology, fashion and games. She is a presenter at Come Out & Play 2010, a fellow at Eyebeam and has an MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons.

Course fee: $485
Sign-up by June 21:

Eyebeam is the leading art and tech center in the United States. Located in NYC’s Chelsea art district, our studio provides a fertile context for the creation of new work and new ideas. For more information about Summer School 2010, please visit: http://eyebeam.org/events/summer-school-2010.

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