Moving Photo Remix

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Thursday, April 4, 2019
Friday, April 5, 2019

Capture Photography Festival & VIVO Media Arts Centre present:

Learn to animate photos using Photoshop with artist Josh Hite!

This two-day workshop is a fun and creative introduction to animating photos using Photoshop.

Each session combines visual study of examples, group discussion,and hands-on experience.

Gain technical knowledge of Photoshop! Learn about local and international artists who manipulate photos and discuss the meaning and effect of the resulting images! Create photo remixes of your own!

During session 1, you’ll learn various techniques for removing and replacing portions of photographs for meaningful effect in order to produce 3 intriguing images. You can either bring in photos to use, find them online, or snap a few during the workshop.

Then for Session 2, you’ll learn how to use Photoshop to animate selected parts of your images. You’ll export them as GIF and MOV files so you can share them online!

Prerequisite: No experience necessary.

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2 sessions, 6 hours total // $74, or $50 with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST)

Session 1: Thu, Apr 4, 6pm-9pm
Session 2: Fri, Apr 5, 6pm-9pm

One extended subsidy for this workshop available:

This workshop is part of Capture Photography Festival.

Capture’s inspiring programming runs the entire month of April! Check out their website for details.

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Josh Hite works with video, animation, sound, and photography, often creating reorganized archives of particular spaces or behaviors, either through his own recordings or by appropriating content through sites like YouTube.  His practice leans towards an ethnography that acknowledges content and tactics for documentation as determinants of eventual form, rather than relying on art historical or cultural references as structural assistants.  Projects tend to query relationships between an experience and its location, the power dynamics at play, and the ways in which transitions and sequencing can seamlessly propel us through time.

Josh has shown his work in North and South America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.  He collaborates with Vancouver’s theatre and dance communities and is a member of Fight With a Stick Performance.  Josh has a BA in Philosophy, a MFA in Visual Art and teaches with the University of British Columbia and Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

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