Past workshop
Nov 25, 2017

Light, Performance and the Stage: Projection Mapping for Theatre

This course will invite actors to collaborate with workshop participants to design an assigned scene, which will feature projection mapping as both a narrative device and set design technique. The class will be divided into groups of two projection mappers and one or two actors. Each group will be given the script for a 5-10 minute scene from familiar classic and contemporary theatre, and will spend the class negotiating, designing, building and finally showcasing their scene for the class and invited guests by projecting the light-set onto plinths, boxes and movable walls on stage.

Upcoming event
Dec 8, 2017

Ctrl+Shift, Session #2

At the second iteration of Ctrl+Shift, panelists will discuss strategies they use to boost exposure and performance opportunities for female-identified DJs and musicians, in order to create equal opportunities in an often male-dominated scene.

Nov 08, 2017

InterAccess Scholarship to SoftWEAR: Call for Applications

We are pleased to announce that InterAccess will be offering one scholarship position to SoftWEAR: Introduction to Wearable Technology & Art, a two-week intensive artist residency at Artscape Gibraltar point taking place April 2nd-16th, 2018 and led by Liz Lessner. Application Deadline: November 27, 2017 

Oct 27, 2017

Vector Festival 2018 - Call for Submissions

Invoking everything from endlessly spawning game avatars to ‘permadeath,’ from media-archeological excavations to futurological speculation, from generative digital creation to the digital purgatories of discussion boards and spam, we invite emerging and established artists from diverse perspectives and backgrounds to contribute their critical explorations of these and related concerns and interests.

Sep 27, 2017

InterAccess Announces 2017-2020 Strategic Plan

On the eve of our 35th anniversary we're thrilled to announce a new Strategic Plan. This plan is built upon a commitment to supporting the diversity of artists within our community, while broadening our mandate – pushing forward into emerging disciplines to investigate artwork at the forefront of experimental practice.