WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS
VIEW UPCOMING WORKSHOPS AND WEBINARS
In the Works: DiscussionWebinar
Young audiences deserve fresh work which speaks directly to their contexts and experiences. In the Works is an ASSITEJ SA initiative to take these plays from idea to page to stage.
RECLAMATIONS – The ConversationWebinar
Sharing the success of the Tierney Fellowship, which has launched the careers of award-winning African photographers.
UNESCO ResiliART: Reimagining festivals in the Global SouthWebinar
Festivals offer a unique opportunity for celebration and for showcasing artistic excellence and experimentation to diverse audiences. Five festivals in the Global South consider possibilities and share practice in the new context.
Afropolitan Comics: Comics Culture in AfricaWebinar
A look at the current comics climate in the African continent, and the success of the Bilili BD festival in Congo and other platforms.
Afropolitan Comics: Drawing on FolkloreWebinar
African comics creators discuss the success of the graphic medium for storytelling and keeping mythology and folklore alive in the contemporary world.
Heroes and HistoryWebinar
Comics creators discuss the importance of comics in telling the stories of famous historical figures at different levels and for different, wider audiences.
This workshop, led by artist Kit Beukes will focus on how to tell personal stories meaningfully and effectively through the medium of comics.
The Rise of Afro-MangaWebinar
Razor-Man artist Bill Masuku will guide participants through his methods and the journey of an Afro-Manga revolution, crafting Afrocentric stories with Manga’s unique aesthetic flair.
THE INVISIBLE STAGE - The magic of digital compositing for operatic productionsWebinar
The nitty gritty of visual digital elements in theatre productions.
OPERA IN VIRTUAL REALITY: No Stage, no Problem!Webinar
Using digital content creation tools and realtime game render engines to stage opera.
Advanced Modular Synthesis TechniquesWebinar
Come and learn about the power of modular audio synthesis firsthand with an amazing free and open source software called Virtual CV Rack.
Avatars in Zoom for All! A hands-on tutorialWebinar
How can you be anyone in ZoomSpace? Learn how recently released open source code allows for live real time deepfake in Zoom and Facebook Live.
How to Pitch An Animated Show IdeaWebinar
Join Mike Scott (creator of Moosebox for Nickelodeon International and Dogshow with Cat for DisneyXD) as he explains how to pitch your animated show idea.
Virtual Black Out: Discussion with the ArtistsWebinar
Join in a live session on collaboration between theatre makers and digital artists.
Basic Intro to Modular Synthesis using Virtual CV Rack softwareWebinar
Learn about the power of modular audio synthesis first hand with an amazing free and open source piece of software called Virtual CV Rack.
Azibuye - The Occupation: Working in VR/360° videoWebinar
A workshop with award-winning filmmaker Dylan Valley on the challenges and possibilities of working in the 360 video format.
Introduction to 3D Animation in BlenderWebinar
An introduction to open-source software for animation and visual development, followed by a practical animation exercise using free 3D computer graphics software toolset, Blender 3D.
Using technology to realise your creative visionWebinar
A masterclass on the creative use of technology for artists of any discipline. Adam Donen, the inventor of the ‘holographic drama’ art form, explores how to use technology to serve a creative vision.
Digital Transformation for Artists and Theatre PractitionersWebinar
Now is the time to bring your art online. Learn to craft your digital transformation journey so your work can thrive in the online space.
Curating for the Digital AgeWebinar
A short look at curatorial practices and exhibition models that operate as platforms for displaying, producing and disseminating artwork through and with the use of digital technologies.
Algorithmic Autobiographies (and Fictions)Webinar
Have you ever wondered who Facebook really thinks you are? This workshop invites participants to creatively engage with their data-selves as we discover our algorithmic identities on social media.
PGPoetry workshop is a mix between an algorithmic poetry workshop and a crypto party, celebrating the aesthetic, poetic, and political possibilities of PGP encryption protocol.
How to create Augmented Reality Artworks the easy wayWebinar
If you are a digital or visual artist, this workshop is for you.
Something from nothing: music with no instruments and a cellphoneWebinar
Create an entire song using only sounds generated from everyday household objects, recorded using a regular smartphone, and processed entirely using free software.
Character and Creature Design with Caroline Vos and Ben WinfieldWebinar
Ben Winfield and Caroline Vos present their process for creating unique characters and concept design.