The Kino Loop Kabaret is an annual film festival that is unlike the regular ones – films are not just shown, but created on the spot. In the course of 8 days, film creators of various artistic backgrounds and expertise come together to plan, shoot, cut and present their films.
This laboratory intends to be a wide introduction to Vjing and projection mapping with the aim to explore the possibilities of live video projections and visual scenography using real time rendering and video mapping.
During the 4 days workshop, the participants will be introduced to the live performance possibilities of softwares such as Madmapper, VDMX, Syphon and Modul8. Also will give some tools to experiment as live video cameras and sound interaction to expand the audiovisual experience.
The aim is that the assistants can defend themselves in a real environment. And to reach this, the last hours of the workshop, we ́ll organize an open doors session to show our creations the last hours of the laboratory.
For this occasion, we have the support of Garagecube and VDMX. Garage cube will supply us with a full license of the Madmapper and Modul8 and Vidvox one of VDMX software for every student that will run for one month without restrictions.
Join us 28 July for an exhibition of works at GlogauAIR. Here on Ash Land Berry Farm we consider issues of place, material, and histories both shared and not. FRESH new ideas and FRUITFUL work that is RIPE for the PICKING by you, our friends.
The Global Education Office and the VCU School of the Arts are pleased to offer an innovative summer study abroad program in Berlin, Germany. Berlin is the premier destination for international visual artists. Its blend of culture, support for the arts, education, space, community activism, and openness to new ideas create an ideal environment for young artists.
Introduction to TouchDesigner - a visual programming software for interactive design, live music visuals, media systems and prototypes. Practical skill on projection mapping and individually created projects with the program.
16.03.2017 - 19.03.2017
The VII Masterclass is an educational initiative which aims to sustain participants in the making of long term projects, laying the foundations for their photojournalistic identities. After the 2014/2015 Milan event, Berlin will play host to the upcoming VII Masterclass, which will take place over a period of seven months. Among the photographers who attended the very first VII Masterclass, some have obtained international recognition, such as Carolina Arantes (Prix Fondation Lagardère) and Nadege Mazars (Magnum Foundation Grant 2016).
15.02.2017 - 19.02.2017
This workshop is based on the book Digital Electronics for Musicians written by the tutor. In this workshop participants will create their own interactive audio interfaces using the open source programming language Pure Data for the audio part, and the Arduino open source prototyping platform for the control interface.
The Retune Festival transforms GlogauAIR into a playground of the futures. The space will be turned into experimental design studios, workshops, lecture halls, and offline chatrooms.
International Kino Kabaret
Kino Loop is part of the International Kino Movement. It's a global network of filmmakers that meet for regular festivals, so called Kabarets, to produce short films in very limited time. It's all about exchange and sharing, no competition and no awards.
The Virginia Commonwealth University presents the result of one month of work at Glogauair´s Project Space.
Kiel Posner // Meera Brown // Jenna Smith // Mark Peyton // Carolyn Todd // Brock Saunders // Calvin Moriarty // Hannah Antons // Hannah Edmonston // Anthony Sudol
This is an exhibition of contemporary art created as a result of a workshop on cultural enterprise managed by Instituto Cervantes, La Red and GlogauAIR Berlin. It is being carried out by a group of multidisciplinary artists with one purpose: to make visitors question the nature of certain impulses established as 'normal' in a social context.
Organized by the American University
01.06.2016 - 15.07.2016
17.08.2015 - 21.08.2016
5 workshops in 5 days with 5 amazing women
Photo-Berlin invites internationally renowned photoreporters and professionals working in the photography field to hold workshops in Berlin. The aim is to provide a valuable know how and a guided fieldwork experience, leading participants to produce their own photostories, documenting contemporary cultural issues related to the city of Berlin.
by Slavina // Pornoattivista precaria in collaboration with Maia Marinelli
11:00 - 19:00 @ GlogauAIR
In a landscape were the male gaze dominates the media, especially in pornography, the purpose of this explorational workshop is to set up a space where the participant can explore their bodies and sexuality creating through photography images that represents its Beauty in a personal way escaping the oppressing format standardized beauty and sexuality promoted by the patriarchal society.
How and why is curating an ARTISTIC practice?
The Association for Performance Art in Berlin APAB e.V. invites you to its first conference on the subject of Curating as an Artistic Practice.
31.05.2014 - 01.06.2014
In these workshops participants will build their own tools to produce their own sounds.
They will be opened to everybody who wants to iniciate themself in the DIY sound world. No previous knowledge is required.
26.03.2014 - 28.03.2014
Vjing is the creation and manipulation of images in real time through technological mediation for an audience, in synchronization with music
06.05.2013 - 08.05.2013
In Body Mapping, the body appropriates a space and starts telling stories in it.
Young performance artists, from around the world, meet and work together, in a workshop environment, for one week under the guidance of internationally renowned performance artists
He Chengyao, China
Ray Langenbach, Malaysia
JÜrgen Fritz, Germany
// More info at i-pah.de
21.05.2012 - 27.05.2012
The Month of Performance Art (MPA-B) is a month-long platform dedicated to highlighting, promoting and interconnecting the wealth and diversity of independent, contemporary and experimental Performance Art practices thriving in BERLIN.
The method created by Empara Rosselló centres on the use of the body in the creative process: investigation and discovery of the body's potential, exploration of its dimension and significance. An active study between movement and voice, and a developement of a process between an original idea, the conception towards its realization.
17.07.2011 - 24.07.2011
Young performance artists from all around the world met and worked together in a workshop environment for one week, under the guidance of internationally renowned performance artists:
Jürgen Fritz (Germany)