Design a Digital Sculpture
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Take part in the preparation for our upcoming Green Tease 'VR Climate Curator' by creating a digital sculpture for participants in the event to work with.
Our upcoming VR Climate Curator Green Tease, organised in collaboration with North East of North digital arts festival, will explore how creative technologies can assist disabled people to access the outdoors, create artwork and engage in conversations about climate change. The workshop will give participants the opportunity to curate digital sculpture parks in virtual landscapes using sculptures designed for the event. The VR landscape will highlight how climate change is affecting Scotland and the implications that this can have for accessibility. The event will be fully accessibility to people with a range of physical disabilities but is open to all.
In the run-up to the Green Tease, we are looking to crowd source some ‘digital sculptures’ that our participants can work with on the day itself. This is a great way to be involved in this event even if you can’t attend in person and will give you the chance to try out some exciting design software and engage with the themes we’re tackling. The sculptures should be designed to respond to the themes of how climate change will affect Scotland’s landscapes and weather and how we can make the climate movement accessible to all but you can interpret this in any way you want to.
Participation in this opportunity is open to anyone, you don’t have to be a professional artist to get involved!
If you are interested in participating then please get in touch with me at email@example.com and I will add you to an email list to receive further information about it.