Sit Down Shutup and Watch is excited to announce that we’ve received funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund through Country Arts SA to deliver a week-long workshop in digital storytelling skills in Whyalla in September 2019, in collaboration with YMCA’s Leap Takers program and Whyalla City Council .
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Sit Down Shutup and Watch offered one-hour ‘Create your own Digital Profile’ workshops on both mornings of the 2018 Festival. Participants chose props, music and a narrative to tell their personal story which was then professionally edited into a short video. The workshop cost $15 per person ($12 for concession card holders) and included a USB containing the digital profile to take home.
Virtual Reality Masterclass presented by Simon Wilkinson
Simon Wilkinson delivered a week-long Masterclass prior to the 2018 SDSW Festival to introduce South Australian filmmakers with a disability to the amazing world of virtual reality.
Working with the software that virtual reality artists use, disability filmmakers will be given an opportunity to create their own VR artworks, learning how to transform drawings and paintings into incredible virtual worlds.
Simon’s visit and Masterclass was made possible through the Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Arts (RLDDA) program of Arts South Australia.