Summer School: Performance with Video Workshop taught by Wynne Greenwood

Performance with Video
Workshop taught by Wynne Greenwood

Sundays, 10am – 1pm
August 1, 8 & 15
ages 18 and up
min. of 6 participants, max. of 20 participants

831 Airport Way South
Seattle, WA 98134

In this workshop, you will learn the basic theory and practice of performance with video. Participants will explore – through lecture, screenings, discussion, in-class improvisation and group work – how contemporary artists use pre-recorded video in live performance. You will consider what video is, what performance is, and how video can be used to open up new possibilities for the development of a performance.

Participants will be working with found and pre-taped images as well as video images taped within the workshops. You will create live interaction with pre-recorded video images (both video projection and video monitors).

More details and registration info after the jump.

$150 (Sliding scale available, please ask)
Register by Tuesday, July 27th

Mail payment (include name, phone # and email address) to:
Wynne Greenwood
c/o Lawrimore Project
831 Airport Way South
Seattle, WA 98134

or email payment via paypal to:
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Questions, email

Wynne Greenwood works with video, performance, music, sculpture and installation to consider identity, language, power and experience. Her work has been included in performances and exhibitions at independent and institutional spaces internationally, including The Tate Modern, The Whitney Biennial, The Frye Art Museum, The Kitchen and On the Boards. Greenwood is currently part-time adjunct faculty at Seattle University and an advisory board member for Reel Grrls.

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