Make your art digital - and three-dimensional - as a hologram! Work with talented street artist Kade to design and paint your own double-sided artwork - then build a smartphone display prism to animate your artwork as a hologram.
Once you’ve painted your artwork, you’ll learn how to hang and then film it on a smartphone, edit the footage and use a hologram conversion app to display your artwork into your prism!
After you’ve made your prism, you’ll collaborate with your class to build a large-scale hologram prism out of perspex, using a television monitor as the screen.
At the end of the week, the prism will display every participant’s artwork as a large group hologram.
All participants will take their prism home to continue to make holographic animations of their artwork.Enrol
Full days - Monday to Friday - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Suitable for ages 12 to 17
Demonstration and start planning and designing our paintings. Prepare our prism materials for construction.
Construct prisms and continue designing and painting card.
Beginning to construct large prism for collaborative display. Continuing painting and designing. Set up and start filming.
Finishing off paintings for digitizing. Filming and editing. Continue of collaboration prism.
Final refining and editing while we get everything ready for our final display.
No prior experience required
Please bring the following on your first day of class:
- Small-medium size paint brushes – at least one flat and one round brush, the more the better
- A pair of scissors
- Any sketches or sketchbook to help with inspiration
Your class has an extra cost of $80 – this cost includes:
- Acetate or plastic sheet
- A4 Card
- Acrylic paint
- 2 Posca pen’s (white and black)
- Extra brushes and paint pens (limited)
Payment details provided on booking.
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Kade Valja is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily exploring interests in organic form, energetic forces, technology, consciousness and perception using a wide range of ever-expanding media.
He runs school holiday aerosol workshops every school holiday in Grafton NSW, and teaches after school art at the Grafton Regional Gallery. His workshops across the Northern Rivers region, ranging from traditional painting approaches to stencils to augmented reality (AR).