Augmented Reality Workshop With Artivive
Expand your art into a new dimension and explore new storytelling approaches with these two free augmented reality workshops led by Artivive founder Sergiu Ardelean. Using videos, layers, stop motion animation, and more, Artivive lets you activate your physical artwork through AR. This introductory workshop is perfect for graphic designers, illustrators, and anyone who wants to bring their work to life.
This free workshop is part of the Visualizing Bias with Augmented Reality Call For Submissions. Launched by the Goethe-Institut, Gray Area, Fotomuseum Winterthur, and Artivive, the open call invites artists, designers, and the general public to submit creative representations on the subject of bias.
Dates & Times:
- Friday, March 19, 2021 10am–1pm PST
- Wednesday, April 7, 2021 9am–12pm PST
Experience Level: This course welcomes all levels, no prior knowledge needed.
- A computer with Wi-Fi
- A mobile phone or tablet
- Pen & paper
- A survey of AR art
- Case Studies: AR in museums, galleries, and street art
- Individual project: Layer your AR creations onto your analog art piece
- Applications: Explore a new medium with your art
Sergiu Ardelan is CEO and co-founder of ARTIVIVE. His platform empowers artists to build the future of analog and digital art. His vision is to change how art is created and consumed by forming a global community of augmented reality artists that bring art to life.
He is on a mission to democratize augmented reality by simplifying the technical process so artists can do what they do best — create. An Austrian native, he developed the Artivive application from the ground up including product development, identifying artistic consumer need, and providing tailored specifications to take Artivive to market. The platform now has a global reach currently used by a network of 90,000+ artists and creatives.