How to create Augmented Reality Artworks the easy way

Thuthukani Ndlovu

  • Format: Webinar/Workshop
  • Duration: One day workshop
  • Language: English
  • Ages: 16+
  • When: 29/06/2020 9:00 am
  • Recorded: Yes

Thuthukani Ndlovu will be hosting a one-day workshop that provides a hands-on introduction to Artivive App (the augmented reality tool for artists) and pinpoints the potential of AR as a new way for artists to express and differentiate themselves. Participants will be able to use the tool without any prior technical skills. They will learn how to augment photos, paintings, drawings, graffiti or tattoos as well as learning how videos and 3D objects can be overlaid on to a physical space and viewed through mobile devices. Artists will get the chance to create their own animation and they will be guided as they add an AR layer of animation to bring the artwork to life. Participants should have good access to the internet because the platform that will accommodate their work requires a strong bandwidth. Thuthukani will also share some of the work he has done as a digital artist, as well as curated work featuring AR artworks created by other artists with The Radioactive Blog (eg Giving Poetry Wings). This workshop is ideally for digital/ visual artists, and participants must RSVP to receive the workshop schedule and link.

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Presented as part of Creativate Digital Arts Festival.

CREDITS

Artivive

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Thuthukani Ndlovu – more popularly known as TK – is a Zimbabwean poet, XR enthusiast, digital artist and art curator who is currently completing an Honours degree in marketing at the University of the Free State (Bloemfontein, South Africa). He works for the Vrystaat Literature Festival as an assistant coordinator, while also being a student assistant at the University of the Free State Sasol Library. He’s the founder and creative director of The Radioactive Blog, an online creative hub that aims to promote and develop creatives from different backgrounds through events, workshops, publications and the website (www.theradiaoctiveblog.com). He has hosted AR workshops at Fakugesi African Digital Innovation festival and Free State Digital Creative Festival, and is the curator and coordinator of Giving Poetry Wings. Thuthukani is also part of The Festival Academy Alumni, after being selected to participate in their Atelier for Young Festival Managers in Johannesburg and Gothenburg in 2018.