Center for Digital Art

Please note:  The Center for Digital Art has its own website.  To access it, click here












                     Gena Nethercott and Molly Tarbell, class 2002                             WRCC/CDA Filmmaking students in classes and during Advanced Filmmaking productions                   Sam Lyons & Advanced Filmmaking Class students 2006

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR DIGITAL ART

The Center for Digital Art is a nonprofit educational organization created by Linda and Michel Moyse in 1998 to provide instruction in filmmaking and time-based media art and motionpainting in the Brattleboro area.  Since it’s inception, CDA has partnered with the Windham Regional Career Center to give filmmaking instruction to High School students in Brattleboro as well as offered a variety of workshops in filmmaking and digital art.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP FOR ARTISTS AND TEACHERS JUNE 2013

In collaboration with Castleton State College, CDA is giving a professional development  summer workshop (June 24 to 28, 2013) to provide instruction in single and multi-channel art created through computer technologies.  This workshop is open to teachers for professional development credit and offers the participant opportunities to learn new computer technologies as these relate to the creation of art, motionpainting, and video art.  Cross-disciplinary approaches to work formerly done in distinct and separate fields such as filmmaking, theatrical performances, dance, music, and painting offer new creative possibilities through integration of computer technologies.  For more information and to download a registration form, please click here.

COLLABORATIONS

The Center for Digital Art welcomes inquiries from artists and art organizations that may be interested in utilizing our resources to create works that incorporate single and multi-channel digital art. 


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