En los talleres crearemos una pieza audiovisual con la técnica del stop motion.
Comenzaremos con una breve explicación teórica sobre la historia de esta técnica y su
uso en el arte. A continuación trabajaremos en mesas de 6 /8 personas.
Located in Module 5 on the ground floor, this space offers solutions for artists who want to explore digital creation using new technology.
The metal or welding workshop is located in Module 1 on the ground floor, and its primary purpose is to offer a space for producing metal sculptures or pieces with special welding requirements.
The pottery or ceramic workshop is located in Module 2 on the ground floor, and its primary purpose is to offer a space for producing ceramic sculptures and contributing to the enrichment of this artisanal discipline.
The wood and carpentry workshop is located in Module 3 on the ground floor, and its primary purpose is to offer a space for producing wood sculptures.
Module 4 on the ground floor is a studio where artists can develop their pictorial work using a variety of media (acrylics, oils, watercolours, pastels, charcoal, tempera, etc.) and support surfaces (canvases in various formats, wood or paper).
Locates in Module 6 on the ground floor, this area offers experienced audiovisual artists a space in which to develop and edit experimental, innovative photography or video installation projects. It boasts professional, state-of-the-art technological equipment and can be used in conjunction with the on-site copy centre and exhibition/screening room for video projects.
In addition to a large "black box", the centre offers several spaces for developing creative projects related to the performing arts, especially dance and circus performance. Interdisciplinarity between these and the visual arts is encouraged, as is the incorporation of technology.