Embracing AI for Creativity with Jessie Hughes
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
TAFE Southbank Campus
Building E, Room 3:20
10am – 4pm Saturday 25th November Join us for a big, wild day of AI! In this full-day workshop, we delve into the shifting realm of generative AI and how to
10am – 4pm Saturday 25th November
Join us for a big, wild day of AI! In this full-day workshop, we delve into the shifting realm of generative AI and how to bring these new tools into your classroom. Discover how fresh evolutions with AI are intersecting storytelling, production, prototyping and artistic processes, as well as how to leverage this technology within your own workflow. This session provides a balanced exploration of AI’s impact on the industry in 2023, while including live demonstrations of generative AI processes.
By the end of the day, we will have all created a fully-realised creative project, built completely with generative AI (scripted, edited, visualised, with generated music and all!)
The workshop will cover:
- Overview of AI and the Creative Industries 2023
- Positive and Negative Use-Cases
- AI in our everyday lives
- Class Activities:
- Google’s AI Experiments
- Mid-journey / Dalle
- Bringing it all together!
- Tools to take back to the Classroom
What to bring
Flying Arts Alliance recommends having note taking materials on hand. Any resources will be shared online prior to the workshop. Please bring questions that you may have for Jessie.
TAFE Southbank Campus, Building E, Room 3.20.
Building E can be access via the Educational Pathway, between Ernest Street and Tribune Street.
This intensive will be held at TAFE Southbank Campus. The campus is a 15-minute walk from the Brisbane CBD and is adjacent to the Queensland Art Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, the State Library, the Queensland Museum, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Flying Arts encourage the use of sustainable transport, including cycling, walking and public transport. Plan your journey through Translink.
Your facilitator: Jessie Hughes is an internationally-recognised Australian new media artist, technologist and screenwriter, her works having exhibited most notably at Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Cannes and the Tate Modern. Hughes has been named one of Australia’s Future Changers for her commitment to using digital innovation for positive social impact, and was awarded Australia’s prestigious 2020 Sir John Monash Scholarship. Hughes has designed and implemented solutions for tech-giants such as Oculus, Facebook, and Adobe, and has been featured in over 120+ media articles across radio, newspaper and TV. She is an American Australian Association Arts Scholar, Winston Churchill Fellow, Lord Mayor’s Young and Emerging Artist Fellow and a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador. Professionally, Jessie works as a Creative Technologist, toying at the intersection of design, technology, art, research and strategy for social innovation.