This cross-curricular project which brings together the sciences and the arts, will give participants the opportunity to take part in a series of workshops introducing them to projection mapping, digital graffiti, and light writing artworks and artists from around the world. They will then be led through the process of generating their own digital artwork, developing skills such as animation, motion graphics and 3D projection mapping. At the end of the workshops, students will present their work to their peers, teachers and parents, in the form of digital artwork projected onto a selected piece of architecture. The project would be ideal for school enrichment weeks or as an extra-curricular activity.
Boyd Branch, who leads the workshops, is particularly interested in working with students who would like to explore the possibility of communicating science to the public in this way.
The project can be tailored to your students’ interests and the delivery time is flexible, although we would recommend a minimum of 10 hours total contact time. This activity is delivered in school but requires access to computers for each workshop.
The project can be led with a maximum of 20 students from Years 9 to 13.
For more information please contact Gemma Hunt via G.M.Hunt@kent.ac.uk