New Workshop: Collaborative Storytelling with Shaghayegh Cyrous

As part of the #CodeArtTogether workshop series @ CODAME

Collaborative Storytelling with Shaghayegh Cyrous

As part of our #CodeArtTogether series of workshops at CODAME ART+TECH

Workshop: Collaborative StorytellingCODAME ART+TECH Workshops

Participants in this workshop will experience collective creative thinking and storytelling using their dreams, inner and five senses as a tool for collaborating and creating a short experimental video. Participants will create a one minute video based on their experience of various communication methods, using their dream (interpersonal communication), collective thinking and collaboration (Telecommunication), and advanced communication by sharing their thoughts and ideas. 

Time Schedule

2 hour duration. Saturday June 27th at 12PM (PT) (15:00 EDT, 19:00 UTC, 21:00 CEST) Time.Is

Tickets

$20 suggested donation with a sliding scale. Get your ticket now.

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Outline

This 2-hour session will include the following exercises:

  • 15min - Introduction, concepts, and context.

  • 60min - Guided hands on creation, application of concepts.

  • 30min - Self directed hands on in smaller groups.

  • 15min - Show and tell your creation(s)! Q+A. Exploring next steps.

  • ??min - Round Table

Levels

No programming experience required, all you need is a computer, internet connection and Zoom installed.

About Shaghayegh Cyrous

Shaghayegh Cyrous is an Iranian-American artist and curator currently living and working in the bay area. Her work has dealt with cross-cultural communication and translation, addressing predicaments of estrangement and distance caused by political and cultural power dynamics. She incorporates interactive time-based strategies such as socially engaged art, participatory performances, and digital technologies such as live video chats and video installations to explore the compression of time and space resulting from digital technologies, and how digital media plays this critical role in the lives of exiles and immigrants and currently the global physical distancing due to the COVID-19 situation.

She received her BA in Visual Art from Science and Culture University in Tehran and her MFA in Social Practice from California College of the Arts. She is a recipient of Bangkit Arise international art residency and cultural exchange of Clarion Alley Mural Project and the Asian Art Museum, between Indonesia and San Francisco. She has exhibited and performed internationally at venues including Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Saba Museum in Tehran, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum in Chicago, British Museum in London, and Anchorage Museum in Alaska.

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