Glitch Art Workshop

Explorers Fair

Glitch Art Workshop UC

Explore a world of art, science and technology at Explorers Fair!
Head to Broadway on Saturday 17th February for a day of creativity and discovery.

Glitch art is a form of art that is created by introducing digital or analog errors to media. There are many ways to create glitch art but it’s generally created by either corrupting digital data or by physically manipulating electronic devices and using this output to create art.

Join MakoEducation and Near Now Fellow Antonio Roberts in this glitch art workshop which teaches participants what glitch art is and how to create their own artwork.

Attendees will learn how to create glitch art images, videos and GIFs.

No previous experience is necessary to take part in this workshop. Attendees learn a range of digital skills in the areas of photography, image editing and video production.

Duration: 60 mins

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS AIMED AT CHILDREN AGED 8-13. ADULTS PERMITTED ONLY TO ACCOMPANY CHILDREN. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

1 TICKET = 1 CHILD, ADULT FREE.

For information about more workshops and activities taking place at Broadway’s Explorers Fair visit www.explorersfair.com.

Explorers Fair is part of Nottingham’s Festival of Science & Curiosity. Bringing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to the heart of Nottingham from 14-21 February 2018. Visit www.nottsfosac.co.uk for more information.

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