The TMRW Gallery is a virtual reality art space located along the Keyes Arts Mile in Rosebank. In collaboration with the Centre For The Less Good Idea, the gallery have curated the 'invisible' exhibition to delight your artsy senses. This exhibition features five 360° performances, as well as 10 augmented reality artworks. The exhibition will on until 6 July 2019.
Now, we all know that the fourth industrial revolution is well on its way. Artists are embracing this reality, by welcoming digital technology into their work spaces. Even William Kentridge, South African multi-media artist and theatre practitioner has welcomed the era of AR drawing. So, get your kids on board with the digital wave by taking them to the TMRW Gallery for a drawing workshop held by artist Robyn Penn.
The Invisible Exhibition Drawing workshop introduces the use of digital technology as an artist's tool in creating VR and AR artworks. Participants will have time to view the Invisible Exhibition beforehand. In addition, you can interact with the artworks and familiarise yourself with innovative, cutting edge digital art. Thereafter you will create your own analogue augmented reality drawing. No drawing skill is necessary as this is a guided drawing workshop.
Saturday, 8 June 2019 at 10:00 - 12:00.
TMRW Gallery, 21 Keyes Ave, Rosebank, Johannesburg.
The workshop is free.
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Contact the TMRW Gallery on 072 195 1676 or via email at [email protected]
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