After-School Atelier (ASA) is a semester-long program that provides NYC public high school and middle school students the opportunity to work in a studio environment and develop new media art projects under the guidance of Eyebeam's Teaching Artists. Students work on independent and collaborative projects using digital video or sound, robotics, circuitry, and/or web programming with the selected Teaching Artists, professional mentors, education staff and their peers.
ASA Spring 2006 Course Descriptions:
Benton Bainbridge's ASA Class - "VJ-U": This is a hands-on workshop to learn the tools and techniques of the Video Jockey, including computer and standalone hardware tools for audiovisual clip production, live performance and display.
Key "VJ-U" concepts, philosophies and exercises include: