IRL Art Camp* has an urban, indoor, weatherproof night in the Beauty Supply in the Dietz Building, 1214 Webster St, Oakland, 6 pm - 9 pm. Along with a future plans conversation and live performance, we'll project works of VR Art Camp artists. Please note that we can't accommodate late arrivals after 6:50 to respect Sholeh's Special Majles Session.
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6 pm - Future Plans: Social Token Discourse* and introduction of Viola Lukács, Judit’s new partner // online live video chat
*How to use decentralized technology to build a sustainable community and value interactions and creative collaborations? Foundation, function, participation, sharing economy - you are invited to shape and share the social token of VR Art Camp in consensus!
7 pm - Sholeh Asgary - “Special Majles Workshop”
8 - 9 pm - Video screening of VR Art Camp Artists:
Sean Keating - with live presentation
Liat Berdugo and Emily Martinez as Anxious to Make: “Work Work Work”
Meghana Bisineer: “The Stone”
Open conversation till 9 pm.
Indoor events require wearing masks at all times and presenting your proof of COVID vaccination. You can email us vrartcamp at gmail.com or bring your card with you. Beauty Supply has a capacity of 35 people (not including the participants). RSVP help us to be properly prepared.
Call / text (# to be confirmed) to use the elevator, which is located in the graffiti alley on Harrison Street. You can find the alley entrance just to the left of the Pu Guang Temple at 1261 Harrison St.
Thank you, River Black and Justin Clark for spoiling IRL Art Camp with an indoor, urban, more accessible venue!
All IRL Art Camp events are NOTAFLOF. Your generous donations support the participating artists. We will keep you informed if any change occurs in the schedule.
IRL Art Camp is a week-long, in person, safe gathering of VR Art Camp’s Artists and Friends in nature, in the Bicentennial Campground near Headlands. It is rooted in the virtual communal efforts of the different cohorts. We aim to facilitate the collective embodiment of these virtually lived experiences with the social aspects of virtual reality.
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