Overview

 

"What's Your Story" is a series of workshops that will introduce you to using Augmented Reality (AR) for storytelling. You will be joined by Ines Sarah Lengauer & Lia Mladenova from Artivive who will be sharing insights on how to use AR for activism.

 

The workshops will consist of: 

  • 1. Introduction/Briefing Talk, Tuesday 8 June, 10:30 - 11:30am - You will get an insight into what is Augmented Reality, the project and the client you will be working with. Open to everyone You can watch the recording here.

 

  • 2. AR Technical Workshop, Friday 11 June,  10:30am - 4pm - Equipping you with the necessary skills to bring your story to life through Augmented Reality using two softwares. Open to everyone

 

  • 3. Hackathon, Monday 5 July - Wednesday 7 July  10:30am - 4:30pm - Bringing your knowledge and skills of Augmented Reality to life to respond to the creative brief. Open to a select number who have attended the Introduction/Briefing Talk

At the end of the hackathon, a selected number of participants will work with social enterprise, Sisterhood to collaborate & visualise stories written by young girls into AR experiences. 

 

If you're not sure if this is your cup of tea, feel free to first join the Introduction Talk to hear more about what you'd be signing up for!

Booking information

Please book once using this form. You will be contacted after the AR Technical workshow for the final Hackathon.

 

What you'll need

 

SPARK AR on desktop

  • Download here for free

  • You will need a Facebook account to use Spark AR 

  • Please sign into the software before the technical workshop starts.

If you do not have enough storage space on your computer, this can also be downloaded and used through a USB key or external hard drive! 

 

SPARK AR app (for mobile)

ARTIVIVE

  • Available for free here

  • Please create an account before the workshop

 

ARTIVIVE APP (for mobile)

  • Free to download

 

We encourage women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, first generation students, working class folks and people from other underrepresented communities to join the workshop in hopes to diversify the creative + tech industry with unique storytelling experiences    

   

 

This programme is organised by Sisterhood and Ricebox Studio, with the support and sponsorship of UAL Arts’ SU and the participation of Artivive

Ricebox

Ricebox

 

Rachita + Rebecca, Sisterhood

Sisterhood

 

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