Future Possible: beyond the screen
- VENUE: Gorman Arts Centre : Gorman Main Hall
- COST: $15 full/ $10 concession. Includes a drink.
- BOOKINGS: Online or at the door
- PRESENTER: Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
- WHEN: 4am to 5:30am
15 September 2016
In the 2nd edition of our Future Possible conversation series, we’ll be questioning the future of the screen, and what the place of the plastic or 3D arts will be as we move towards an increasingly digital, back-lit life.
Our provocateur for this conversation is Mez Breeze, an award-winning creative who makes bespoke digital fiction, interactive narrative, digital writing, games design, illustration, and transmedia design. Mez will introduce us to Tilt Brush, an innovative new virtual reality app which allows the user to create 3D drawings and sculptures in virtual reality space.
We’ll also hear from artists and performers who are excited by the potential of VR in their creative practices.
Embattled yet defiant, the creative sector is both under siege and eternally reaching out to new unknown possibilities. How we work and what we create now could determine the possibilities for our future. Future Possible is a series of lively conversations about the future(s) of creative practice. How can creative thinking help us to understand what futures we face? And what place might creative practice have in an unsettled future? With a selection of compelling artists, designers, writers, academics and thinkers Future Possible is participatory and social, we want to have the conversations of tomorrow and the next day, with you.
Presented by: Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
Featuring: Mez Breeze Design (video link) and artists from the Canberra creative community.
Date: Wednesday 14 September
Venue: Main Hall, Gorman Arts centre
Tickets: $15 / $10 (includes a drink). bit.ly/FPossible2