Surekha Ragavan
May 27, 2019

Students and artists to learn from Vivid Sydney team

Students will get a chance to learn about the creative processes involved in imagining, designing and delivering light-based artworks.

A light installation at Vivid Sydney
A light installation at Vivid Sydney

Vivid School – held in conjunction with lighting, music and ideas show Vivid Sydney – provides students and budding artists access to artists, designers, animators, effects experts and technicians behind Vivid Sydney’s building projections and light walk installations. Through the programme, students can learn about the creative processes involved in imagining, designing and delivering light-based artworks.

Additionally, experts with share insights into their creative inspiration, the importance of collaboration, and how-to tips. They will also talk about their career trajectories, revealing how they built their skills and harnessed opportunities along the way.

“We are delighted to be the official venue partner for the first ever Vivid School and provide a platform for young talent to be inspired, motivated and meet some of Sydney’s best creatives while witnessing ICC Sydney in action,” said Geoff Donaghy, CEO of ICC Sydney.

“This builds on our broader commitment to engaging local students and fostering the next generation of talent, in line with our community-focused legacy program which creates opportunities for them to attend, participate in and network at leading events as they forge their career pathways.”

Vivid Sydney will run until June 15 and includes over 50 installations and projections created by more than 100 artists, located across the city.


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