This tutorial is part of 6 weeks introduction to 3d tutorial, student are encouraged to use free software, so they can practice both at home if they have a computer. The first week is not too worried about designing 3 d, it more helping students making a choice in the type of software they want to use.
Week 1: Level 2 Multimedia – Introduction to 3d
Resources: Internet, sketch pads, crayons, 3d software, Word/PowerPoint, boards
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This is a first session for the level 2 multimedia encouraging them to experiment with www.wordpress.com and also helping understand the difference between the Internet and the WWW. This lesson is easy from the start, helping students understand the technology.
Resources: Internet, an old computer to demonstrate networking and connections, www.wordpress.com, drawing boards, paper, pens, crayons.
Just passing on this information
Held on 4th June, Drawing Day is an international event that encourages people to celebrate art by sharing their drawings online.
Drawing Day 2011 is aiming to get one million drawings uploaded during the day and remainder of the weekend. This is a huge target and we are hoping you will help by uploading a drawing to DrawPlus.com.
To participate, create a design in DrawPlus and upload it to DrawPlus.com with the keyword tag: ‘Drawing Day’. Alternatively you can draw freehand and submit a scanned image. To cater for entrants in different timezones, DrawPlus.com will be accepting entries throughout the Drawing Day weekend.
Anybody can take part, so whether you’re a professional illustrator or a novice that hasn’t drawn for fun since you were a child, you can upload your work. Draw and upload any style of artwork, just keep it clean and inoffensive!
If you don’t own DrawPlus, don’t worry. Simply download DrawPlus Starter Editionfor free and start work on your design today!
Drawing Day 2011 will only be a success if we all participate and make some noise, so tell your friends and family and spread the word!
Visit the Drawing Day 2011 website to find out more.
To celebrate Co-operatives Fortnight (25 June – 9 July 2011)wave is organising an exciting local digital photography competition based around the idea of sharing.
We want people to capture their individual response to this universal theme. This competition is open to everyone, it’s not just for professional photographers – images taken on your mobile phone are fine. We are looking for creativity and ideas rather than technical brilliance – it’s the message that’s important.
The images will be uploaded to an online gallery, and will also be exhibited in the F-ISH gallery, Robertson Street, Hastings. There will be three winners, one from the under-18 age group. Winners will be chosen by members of wave and will be announced at the opening of the exhibition on Friday 8 July. The exhibition will run until Thursday 14 July.
South Square Gallery is looking for proposals from artists working with photography, film or video for a solo exhibition in the gallery during October 2011. This opportunity will provide a supportive and professional environment for the artist to present new or existing works. It will also enable critically engaged work to communicate with our wide and varied audience.
This exhibition at South Square Gallery will coincide with Ways of Looking, a photography, film and new media festival, which will take place across Bradford in venues including Impressions Gallery and the National Media Museum.
The successful artist will receive a £150 fee.
1. Brief proposal (up to 250 words)
3. Images/video of proposed work (up to 10 or 5-10 min extract)
4. Images/video of previous work (up to 10 or 5-10 min extract)
Prints (Not originals) and CDs for images are accepted.
DVDs, mpgs (or equivelant) and web links for videos are accepted.
If you would like your submission returned to you please provide a SAE.
Post to: Exhibition opportunity, South Square Gallery, South Square, Thornton, BD13 3LD.
Or Email to: email@example.com (1 email per artist, 5mb limit, email submissions that exceed this quota will not be accepted).
Deadline: Sunday 05 June 3pm
About South Square Gallery
South Square Gallery is a critically engaged grassroots exhibition space committed to providing a professional and supportive resource for artists and emerging curators. As a testbed for new ideas, the gallery hosts an ever-evolving dialogue between artists and their audience.
For a floor plan and gallery details: www.southsquarecentre.co.uk/files/southsquare_proposals.pdf