Art and a Smart Phone with Rafaela Pandolfini

A dynamic, contemporary photography and video course

Art Announcement from Australia. Published by AirSpace Projects on Wednesday 29 July 2015.

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This four-week course will develop your photography and video skills primarily on a smart phone.

This four-week course will develop your photography and video skills primarily on a smart phone. DSLR cameras will also be demonstrated but the main focus will be on the equipment you already have access to, so you can continue to practise at home. Inspiring visual stimulation and practical tools will be provided each week to bring you up-to-speed with new possibilities to enhance your artistic style. You will learn skills to take, share, file and present photos and videos, even create your own book. A practical homework project will be provided each week to keep you on track. There will also be delicious refreshments to share together!

4 x Sundays, 10.00 – 12.30pm, 9 – 30 August 2015
4 x Mondays, 6.30 – 9pm, 10 – 31 August 2015

Where: AirSpace Projects, 10 Junction Street, Marrickville, Sydney.
Only 5 minutes walk from Marrickville train station.

Wear: Covered shoes + Please note we will venture outside each week weather permitting, otherwise anything you like.

Bring: Smart phone or DSLR camera, if you have one, otherwise we will have some to share.

You will have access to: Smart phones, DSLR camera, projector and computers. Coffee/tea making and bathroom facilities on site.

Cost: $150.00. Includes tuition fees, a 4GB USB drive and delicious refreshments.

PLACES LIMITED (10 people per class)
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Participants must be 16 or over. No wheelchair access available to workshop and facilities.

For more information contact Rafaela

Rafaela Pandolfini
Rafaela Pandolfini works across photography, video and performance, completing her Masters by Research at UNSW Art & Design in 2014. Exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne, her most recent solo exhibitions include Ugly Angry at Wellington St Projects and Loose with Pleasure at 107 Projects, Sydney. In 2015 she curated A New Feminine? at AirSpace Projects, a well-received exhibition showcasing the work of seven emerging and prominent Australian artists. Rafaela is the recipient of numerous awards including an Artstart Grant from Australia Council and an Australian Postgraduate Award. Rafaela contributes regularly to online and print publications Twothousand, Oyster and Assemble Papers.