Artists' Television Access



Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am, $40, 0

Archimedia: New Workshop Series at ATA!

Instructors are an internationally exhibited design/research team, Archimedia,(award winning filmmaker David Cox and media artist/writer Molly Hankwitz) offering an array of experimental workshops on the creative use of and exploration of mobile, portable and networked tools is being offered at ATA starting March 28th to June 20th. All courses run four hours, 1pm to 5pm and are held on Saturdays. Cost is

$40.00 per workshop unless otherwise noted. Interested students are asked to bring their own equipment: laptop, cell phone, digital cameras and camcorders, gaming devices, electronic “toys”, power cords, batteries, etc. In the interests of appealing to those who do not own many gadgets but want to get started, some equipment may be provided or shared. All levels welcome! Bring tools you most want to work with. Wi fi enabled tools are encouraged and there is wi fi at ATA. Courses will be open until filled.

Standard fees:

$40 one class

$60 two classes

$80 three classes

Registration is non refundable and is confirmed by advance payment in full by check or money order with a note or email stating your preferred classes and dates. Please include a list of what you intend to work with, and what you are interested in working on.

Checks should be made out to: Molly Hankwitz/Archimedia and mailed to:
3288 21st Street, #28, SF CA, 94110. Please no returned items.

Questions? Drop an email with your information to [email protected]. All classes are held at Artists Television Access, 992 Valencia Street, SF CA 94110. Confirm registration by email or check in mail to the above address. Note: ATA is not set up to take calls re: Archimedia workshops.

Please contact us: [email protected]
or call at 415 401 5227, or 415 283 7757 (cells)

Course dates may be subject to change.


Saturday 4/11 and 5/30 — GEOTAGGING: MAPPING AND MEDIA An overview of the available useful, free mapping resources and the benefits and drawbacks to each, including Google maps, Yahoo maps, MapQuest, and others. Examine the role these play in the development of geography-based art. Experiment with GPS and geotagging; using portable screens for locative media. Learn the basics and the culture.

$40 per student. Limited to 10 participants.


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