Liverpool School of Art & Design: Storyhack

Liverpool School of Art & Design: Storyhack
Liverpool School of Art & Design: Storyhack

Venue: John Lennon Art and Design Building
Dates: 22/03/2019 - 26/03/2019
Times: 10:00 - 16:00

STORYHACK is a 5 day educational residency designed to give creatives the knowledge, skills and tools to begin to use new technologies and interactivity in their work in a fundamental and transformative way.

This intensive course, hosted by Liverpool School of Art and Design/Liverpool Screen School and led by immersive artists Simon Wilkinson [CiRCA69<>] and Myra Appannah [dotdotlondon<>] helps artists move beyond disciplines, adopt new creative and design approaches and to capture new audiences and expectations.

It is designed as a reboot for those currently working in non-interactive mediums, who want to reboot their practice, to work across a combination of platforms and create culture which gives audiences a meaningful role in adaptive works.

The course will cover approaches to design, collaboration, production and immersive technologies including; Unity Games Engine, virtual reality, augmented reality, games system design, speculative design, interaction design, 3D modelling, visual scripting tools, dealing with complexity in interactive narratives, transmedia storytelling, photogrammetry and liquid studio approaches to collaboration.

There are 20 places in total, with 10 free places to encourage participation from artists from diverse backgrounds. Please email<> with a paragraph about your creative practice and how you think Storyhack could help you if you would like to be considered for one of these places.

For paid places (subsidised with support from the Arts Council) the cost will be £100 and you can up for these here sign up > here <

You can find more information > here <