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In plAIn sight: Artificial Intelligence and the Arts

Are you aware of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on the Arts by evaluating, synthesising, and creating its own versions for the many artistic streams? 

In this presentation, Ezrina Fewings - a Learning Technologist from the Centre for Education Futures - will reveal pioneering case studies on the state of the arts influenced and integrated by AI. 

Be prompted to question the authorship of any artistic artefact, and hear about the many exciting AI projects transforming our engagement with the Arts.

Due to speaker illness, this event has had to be postponed until a later date. We recommend joining our mailing list if you want stay apprised of any updates.
















iArt: iPad drawing session with Alejandro Tearney 

Do you have an iPad or Android tablet and thinking about using it more creatively? Learn how to draw and paint on tablets such as iPads or Surface in this fun and free workshop!

Express your artistic side with an easy-to-use app, with powerful, dynamic, and intuitive painting tools.

This workshop is recommended for anyone that desires to create in a digital medium.

Each participant will need to bring their iPad or Android tablet device to the workshop with the app ArtRage (available on App Store and Google Play). 

For any questions regarding this event, please feel free to contact us.


Big Draw with Sarah Pollard and Liam Hubbard. DADAA x Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Join us for this unique DADAA x LAWRENCE WILSON ART GALLERY event as part of BIG DRAW 2017, featuring SARAH POLLARD and LIAM HUBBARD.

In this performative virtual reality drawing session, Sarah and Liam will don a virtual reality headset, drawing in an virtual environment with their canvases projected for the audience. Following each set, guests will be able to immerse themslves in the virtual environment as well. 

This event bring DADAA's Mixed Reality project to the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, to take part in the global campaign for drawing, as part of BIG DRAW PERTH.

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Virtual Reality (VR) drawing sessions using TiltBrush

Wear a Virtual Reality headset to see another world and paint in immersive 3D using Google’s cutting-edge Tilt Brush technology.

Works can be done individually, or participants can take turns and work collaboratively. See how it works here.

Each day of the festival is split into four hour-long sessions for 16 people between 11am-5pm. To book your desired session(s), follow the link below and select the appropriate date(s) and session(s) that best suit you. 

For any questions regarding this event, please feel free to contact us.