Creative Sound, Image and Technology Summer School

July 17, 2016 in by mwhiteside


Event Details


Hosted by the University of Glasgow, School of Culture & Creative Arts

Want to find out more about creative work with sound, image and technology? Interested in learning more about programming for sound, image and interactivity?

The Creative Sound, Image and Technology summer school is aimed at anyone wishing to increase their knowledge and experience of working with sound, image and technology in creative ways.

Open to absolute beginners, as well as those with some digital media experience, the course is suitable for composers, performers, visual artists, sound artists, producers, teachers and students, or anyone wanting to experiment, explore and expand their skills. You don’t need any particular musical, visual, technical or artistic background, so if you’ve never used any of these technologies before don’t be put off; the course starts with the basics and progresses from there.

The course is centred on MAX, a highly flexible software tool for sound, graphics, music and interactivity, produced by Cycling74 (https://cycling74.com).  Participants will develop their technical understanding and explore the creative potential of MAX in supervised hands-on sessions.

More info and booking: https://gucreativesummerschool.eventbrite.co.uk

Course fees: £250 standard price; £130 student price; £350 institutional CPD price

Course tutor: Dr Sebastian Lexer (http://sebastianlexer.eu)

Enquiries: Nick Fells (nick.fells@glasgow.ac.uk)