In response to the exhibition, Dan Flavin: A Retrospective, Mark Aitken will be leading a week long film workshop that looks at how light and lighting in film effects our emotions
Workshops will be held on
Saturday 11 Feb
Monday 13 Feb
Tuesday 14 Feb
Wednesday 15 Feb
Thursday 16 Feb
Friday 17 Feb
(Workshops suitable for young people aged 13 – 17)
If you are interested in getting involved in these workshops please text your name and phone number or call Polly on 07870 436399. Alternatively you can e-mail your name, address and date of birth to email@example.com
Monday, January 23, 2006
Friday, January 20, 2006
Hayward Public Programmes has commissioned artists' collective Greyworld to create a series of music works responding to Dan Flavin's light installations. Visit the Flavin minisite to download the soundscape to your personal music player. Bring it to the exhibition and change the track when you see the corresponding light work to experience six unique soundscapes
Soundscape can also be experienced in the exhibition by borrowing one of a limited number of i-pods from the Hayward Gallery information desk (subject to availability)
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Sound Of Light
24 January 2006 18.30
18.30 - 19.30
Waterloo Sunset Pavilion,
Artist, Andrew Shoben, from Greyworld will talk about light, sound and installation and how Flavin’s work shaped the production of the downloadable soundscape that Greyworld have created to complement the exhibition, Dan Flavin: A Retrospective
1 February 2006 18.00
18.00 – 19.00
Waterloo Sunset Pavilion
As part of a series of discussions on digital art and socially engaged practice, artist Phil Coy will be discussing the Lambeth Residency Project with Jon Newman from Lambeth Archives.
Followed by an Auto Lecture by Phil Coy
For further information contact Lambeth Arts on 020 7926 0763
Friday, January 06, 2006
"Ghostship on the Southbank" a short film made by participants on the Hayward Gallery's See Through programme with filmmaker, Mark Aitken, is now available to view online on the polkadotsonraindrops website
Thursday, January 05, 2006
The Hayward Gallery are about to start their next film production and there are still a few places left for enthusiastic young people (aged 14 - 18) keen to learn more about filmmaking.
Participants will work with Winstan Whitter (director of Rollin’ Thru the Decades) to devise and storyboard, perform, direct and edit their own short drama about skateboarders.
The workshops are free and no previous experience in filmmaking is required. However, participants need to be available on the following dates
9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, and 26 January, 11am - 5pm
If you are interested in joining us for these workshops and want to see your film screened at the National Film Theatre please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about this and other Hayward Gallery projects please visit our blog page
DO YOU MAKE YOUR OWN SKATE FILMS?
LEEDS YOUNG PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL ARE LOOKING FOR SKATE VIDEOS TO SCREEN AS PART OF THE FESTIVAL AT EASTER 2006.
IF YOU HAVE ANY FILMS OR SKATE FOOTAGE SEND THEM NOW TO:
SKATE ENTRY 2006
THE TOWN HALL
ALONG WITH YOUR CONTACT DETAILS AND YOUR FILMS COULD BE SHOWN THIS EASTER ON THE BIG SCREEN