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Subject:

[Fwd: Hands-On Seminars in Cultural Multimedia]

From:

Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/

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Tue, 24 Apr 2001 10:14:10 +0100

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FYI, especially those of you closer to Philly...
-sarah

Grindstone Island Summer Seminars wrote:

> Announcing the Grindstone Island Summer Seminar Series:
> a unique opportunity for professional training
>
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone
>
> Archives & Museum Informatics is  delighted to announce an
> exceptional learning opportunity for cultural heritage professionals.
> On an 11-acre private island,
> leaders in cultural multimedia development will be offering
> small-group hands-on seminars this summer.
>
> Grindstone Island summer seminars offer a high quality learning
> environment in a spectacular natural setting. Class size is limited
> to 12; courses are taught by 1-3 instructors. The island is equipped
> with a 12 person lab, a wireless network, and a high-speed internet
> connection.
>
> Courses offered this summer cover a range of interests and skill levels.
>
> * July 7 - 14, 2001 *
>
> Making Multimedia the SFMOMA Way
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0107.07-14.html
>
> Peter Samis, Associate Curator of Education, Susie Wise, Senior
> Producer, Interactive Educational Technologies and Tim Svenonius,
> Production Manager, Interactive Educational Technologies, San
> Francisco Museum of Modern Art
>
> This seminar focuses on conceptualizing, storyboarding, and producing
> rich media content in an educational (and we hope, entertaining) way
> for use in museum and university settings. Participants will actually
> build Flash presentations (without any knowledge of Flash required)
> using Pachyderm (TM), an authoring tool currently being developed by the
> San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Each class member should come
> with a specific topic of expertise that they want to develop into an
> educational web/kiosk/CD essay, or to work as part of a team with
> someone else who has subject matter expertise.
>
> * July 15 - 21, 2001 *
>
> Introduction to Interactive Design and Multimedia Publishing
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0107.15-21.html
>
> Xavier Perrot, Instructor at the Sorbonne and the Ecole du Louvre,
> and Sophie Krikorian, scenariste au service des expositions du Museum
> national d'Histoire naturelle
>
> This seminar (conducted in both French and English) explores design
> of multimedia project: content, graphic design, interactivity.
> Selected titles (on-line/off-line/stand-alone applications) will be
> assessed and critiqued to help participants understand best practice
> in multimedia development. Exercises and case studies will be given
> to master the concepts behind interactive design, multimedia project
> management and electronic publishing. Attendees may bring projects
> for group evaluation or specific advice. At the end of the seminar,
> three groups will compete to draft the best "Grindstone's Treasure
> Hunt" Web site design.
>
> * July 22 - 28, 2001 *
>
> Interfaces and Interactivity
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0107.22-28.html
>
> Slavko Milekic, M.D., PhD, Associate Professor of Cognitive Science &
> Digital Design, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
>
> This seminar will expose you to the current research findings in the
> area of cognitive science, interface design and social psychology
> relevant for the design of interactive media, and teach you how to
> implement or prototype your own solutions through a series of
> hands-on exercises.  Roughly half of the eight three-hour sessions
> will be devoted to hands-on design using a cross-platform authoring
> environment (MetaCard).  Previous scripting/programming experience is
> not necessary for this workshop. By the end of the workshop you
> should be able to form an informed opinion about specific uses of
> interactive media in museums and to create a working prototype of any
> project you would like to develop in the future.
>
> * July 29 - August 4, 2001 *
>
> QuickTime (TM) Survivor Style: Unearthing the new interactive media
> features
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0107.29-08.04.html
>
> Scott Sayre, Director of Media and Technology, The Minneapolis
> Institute of Arts and Kris Wetterlund, Museum Educational Consultant
>
> This intermediate level seminar will delve into the creative
> application of QuickTime (TM) for museums. Apple's QuickTime (TM) is a
> multi-purpose digital media format offering a wide range of exciting
> possibilities for creating interactive on-line and fixed media
> applications for both the PC and Macintosh. Seminar participants will
> work with a variety of software and hardware tools to explore the
> development of linear movies, audio sequences, QuickTime (TM) VR, object
> and panorama movies; digital slide packages, and non-linear
> interactive programs. Specific attention will be paid to the use of
> QuickTime (TM) 4 and 5's track features, which allow a wide range of
> multimedia to be delivered within one QuickTime (TM) movie. Participants
> will also delve into the integration of the new SWF "Flash" format
> information within QuickTime (TM) to create interactive interfaces and
> computer generated camera moves and zooms.
>
> * August 5 - 11, 2001 *
>
> Connecting with the K-12 Teaching and Learning Community
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0108.05-11.html
>
> Kris Wetterlund, Museum Educational Consultant and Scott Sayre,
> Director of Media and Technology, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
>
> This seminar will help museum educators define their institution's
> current connections to K-12 teachers and students, and use those
> connections to develop a strategy for on-line museum resources that
> serve the needs of their own institutions and the K-12 teaching
> audience. Through individual and group process participants will work
> with a number of activities and case studies from The Minneapolis
> Institute of Arts. At the conclusion of the seminar participants will
> have developed a draft of formal education plans for on-line tools
> and resources which can be applied in their own museums.
>
> * August 18 - 25, 2001 *
>
> Telling Stories: Creating media-rich educational Web sites
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0108.15-25.html
>
> Jim Spadaccini, founder and owner of Ideum
>
> The networked and interactive nature of the World Wide Web presents
> unique opportunities to reach new audiences. This hands-on seminar
> will explore the conceptual and technical aspects of creating
> compelling on-line programming. Participants will learn by doing.
> Using the history of Grindstone Island as a sample topic, we'll
> examine some of the steps involved in creating a content-rich
> multimedia Web site. Research, organization, adaptation of materials,
> and the design process will be explored. In addition, we'll actively
> gather multimedia. The basics of video production for the Web will be
> examined, and we'll shoot QuickTime (TM) VR 360 degree panoramas of the
> island and some of its structures.
>
> * August 26 - September 1, 2001 *
>
> Web Site Information Architecture: Planning and designing information
> collections for the Web
> http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/2001program/Grindstone0108.26-09.01.html
>
> Paul Kahn, teacher, writer, and information architecture consultant
>
> This seminar will focus on three themes: analyzing Web site
> structure, design principles for the computer screen, and the team
> required to create and sustain a successful Web site. We will
> introduce basic concepts of information architecture for planning and
> building public Web sites. Participants will learn how to analyze
> existing site, and plan new or revised sites. We will review
> visualization techniques for mapping Web sites. We will review
> principles of information design, typography, multimedia, and
> legibility as they apply to effective presentation on the computer
> screen. Assignments will include development of simple and complex
> Web sites. Participants are welcome to bring their own projects for
> use in the assignments.
>
> Full Course Outlines and Instructor Biographies can be found at
> http://www.GrindstoneIsland.ca
>
> Grindstone Island is owned and operated by
> David Bearman and Jennifer Trant
> Archives & Museum Informatics
>
> __________
> Grindstone Island Summer Seminars       [log in to unmask]
> offered by                              phone: +1 412 422 8530
> Archives & Museum Informatics           fax: +1 412 422 8594
> 2008 Murray Ave, Suite D                http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone
> Pittsburgh, PA 15217
>
> In-depth learning opportunities for cultural informatics professionals.
> __________

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