Inspirationtalks + networkdrinks
vr 17.02 20u | KOPERGIETERY
Actor and theater maker Mathijs F Scheepers is co-founder of theater collective SKaGeN. During the pandemic, they ventured into the virtual stage with WatchApp.
Haryo Sukmawanto is technical artist for the Brussels-based collective CREW working at the bleeding edge of immersive technology
Game Developers Gathering
Friday evening we open our doors for game developers. Are you working on a project and want to show something? Or do you just want to learn more about game development? Welcome! During the gathering you can also visit the Different Perspectives game expo.
*ATTENDANCE PRE-CONFIRMED = FIRST DRINK FOR FREE*
vr 17.02 19u | NTGent Minnemeers
In collaboration with Different Perspectives Art Games Festival we are presenting games from independent developers with a social approach.
Discover games that embody all forms of teamwork – games designed to engage with your coplayers in surprising ways. How does a video game form the unique social interaction between you and your coplayer(s)?
th 16 feb 18u-22u
fr 17 feb 18u-22u
sa 18 feb 12u-22u
su 19 feb 12-17u
In the bar of NTGent Minnemeers
Workshops for schools on the latest technologies.
Thinking with your hands and head about the latest technologies? We teach the computer to think like us. But what if you ask computer something about yourself? How can you learn to think like a computer? Join a workshop!
The AI-spiegel (3de graad lager)
by The Algorythmic Gaze
We discover the possibilities of artificial intelligence in a playful way.
mo 13 feb
The Taalrobot (3de graad secundair)
Can you make a computer write poetry? Or even your homework?
tu 14 feb
wed 15 feb
Info and bookings?
In this professional part of the festival, we round off the All the screen's a stage project with a 3-day make-a-thon in collaboration with Nerdlab, z-arts (Manchester) en Young At Art (Belfast).
Make-a-thon = “making things together”. In a short period of time we collab an come up with new ideas with an emphasis on fun, learning and networking.
With All the screen's a stage we investigate the possibilities and applicability of digital (performance) art for young audiences. What useful lessons did we learn from the pandemic which has forced many theaters to create or broadcast digital work? How can we use online performing arts in a sustainable way?
At the end of the weekend we come up with concrete ideas and prototypes on how we can present sustainable digital theater to the world.