LOMAA is pleased to host artist Dermot Wilson as the fourth participant in its Visiting Artist Program. During his stay Wilson, based in North Bay ON, will hold a Master Class and Workshop focusing on found footage and digitization processes.
Master Class and Workshop:
Found Film and Digitization Processes-
Some Practical Methods for Media Artists and Pop Cultural Archeologists
Starting with the history of found footage in film and video works, and moving into his own practice, Dermot Wilson will host a talk and hands-on workshop geared at introducing media artists to the exciting art of found footage. Participants will be asked to bring found analog footage (8mm, 16mm, Hi8, VHS etc.) or digital footage and will learn how to manipulate and convert their findings to work towards the creation of a final video. A public screening of the realized projects will be held in early 2015. Topics to be covered in the class include: analog manipulation, analog to digital conversion, sourcing digital found footage, editing techniques, project planning and sound/video interaction.
Participants will need rudimentary digital video editing knowledge, a laptop with editing software (LOMAA may be able to provide a limited amount of computers in special circumstances) and a portable digital hard drive.
Please email email@example.com with questions or to reserve a spot because space is limited.
Dermot Wilson, Director/Curator of the WKP Kennedy Public Art Gallery in North Bay from 2002-2012, is a founding member of the Nippissing Region Curatorial Collective and the Ice Follies Biennial. He is an active member of the northern Ontario arts community and was founder of the Near North Mobile Media Lab (N2M2L), a media arts collective mandated to provide access to media arts education, opportunities for media arts dissemination, and support to media artists in Northern Ontario. Dermot was also a former board member liaison for the North Bay’s White Water Gallery and Artcite in Windsor, Ontario. As the first Director of Paved Arts in Saskatoon, Dermot is an experienced administrator and curator of media art.
He has produced international and national group and solo exhibitions for the past ten years as the Director of the WKP Kennedy Gallery in North Bay, Ontario. He has curated the Ice Follies Biennial since 2004 and is currently on leave from the Board of the Media Arts Network of Ontario.
LOMAA’s Visiting Artist Program is made possible through generous funding from The Canada Council for the Arts.
Saturday November 29, 2014
355 Clarence Street
$40 / $30 for LOMAA members
order here: http://tinyurl.com/k8jkheo
Limit of 12 participants (refreshments provided)