For kids 7 years old and older, accompanied by an adult Free
Two teams, one in Victoriaville and the other in Montreal, share the track of a live circus created using telepresence technology.
To co-create at a distance, you have to observe, listen and exchange ideas. In the form of a collaborative game, the workshop invites young participants to imagine together the scenes of a short film on the theme of the circus. Using frame-by-frame animation techniques and simple accessories, identical in both locations, young people will discover the creative possibilities of telepresence.
The workshop is led by artists Annie St-Jean in Victoriaville and Sébastien Lafleur in Montreal. This experimental project is carried out as part of the Open Stage network test bench program in collaboration with Campus SAT, the training department of the Society for Technological Arts.
Saturday, January 25, 2020 - 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Montreal - Tohu Victoriaville - Jacques-et-Michel-Auger Art Center - Cabaret-Guy-Aubert
Reservation required - limited number of places
Founded in 1996, the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT] is a non-profit organization recognized internationally for its active, leading role in developing immersive technologies, virtual reality and creative use of high-speed networks. With its double mission as a centre for the arts and research, SAT was created to support a new generation of creators/researchers in the digital age.
A gathering place for diverse intelligence, curiosity, knowledge and talent, the Society for Arts and Technology is a live creative laboratory whose unconventional experiences bring together the tangible and the unexpected.