CYBER SCHOOLS 2000

 
 
 

SUBJECT

IT IS SPRING, AND I LIVE IN SERBIA

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THE BASIC AIM OF THE PROJECT IS CREATING THE BASIS FOR MORE ADVANCED AND CREATIVE USE OF NEW MEDIA

SMALL CYBER SCHOOL

PhotoShop     17-21 April
HTML and
Dreamweaver
  17-21 July
24-28 July
Macromedia Flash   11-15 September
Internet Audio/Video   20-28 November
LINUX   19-22 December
         

BIG CYBER SCHOOL

8-19 May

16-27 October

All knowledge acquired through these courses will be “tested” in the process of realization of the projects. The participants will have the opportunity to benefit from the advice of mentors who will be available ten days after the school finishes. These projects will be treated as public and announced to the general public, media, experts in the field of new media and the creators of new media scene both in this country and abroad. The projects developed in Small School will be carried out in collaboration with institutions and individuals from all over the world interested in this kind of activities. For example: Internet Audio Course is being prepared and will be carried out together with Radio Aqualia from Australia (one of the world’s best known experimental audio programmes), Internet Video course will be realized with the organizers of Radiator Festival – the festival of streaming film and video held in (Nottingham, UK.)

The schools resemble workshops. The work in them will be based on the work with mentors. In each school ten participants can enrol (two participants will be using one computer)

 

That includes:
-Providing the members of the local cultural scene, in the widest sense of that word, with basic and advanced knowledge within the field of new media through direct educational programmes. These programmes continue the series of programmes organized in CybeRex since the beginning of 1998 till March 1999, when REX was closed down.
-Making the development of the use of new media in art and culture possible.
-Introducing two, still not very friendly, groups of people to one another – artists and “cultural practitioners” belong to one side, operators and web masters to the other.

 

 

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