During the extended weekend of 15th - 17th September 2017, a digital nomad workshop was held in the premises of the Central Art School in Trencin. Students from the Central Art School Trenčín and from Ludovít Štúr School in Trenčín met together for the first time on Friday, September 15 at 9:00. The workshop was successfully launched by Pavol Paulenda from the Triad Advertising advertising agency. After learning each other, Pavol Paulenda went on to the first pages of the presentation where he introduced students to the world of contemporary and modern advertising.
From July 26th to August 17th, 2017, two students of SUŠ Trenčín Patrik Kubizna and Jakub Michalička took part in the Erasmus + program in France through our civic association TRAKT. At the turn of July and August, they went on a trip to the little Condat village amid this beautiful country where they spent the next few weeks. Every day, along with sixty other participants from the countries: Turkey, Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, France and Italy.
The 2nd year of the Children's Festival with the main theme "OPEN STUDIO" was held on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at the premises of KC Hviezda Trenčín on Tuesday morning. The Children's Festival was held under the auspices of the vice-presidents of the town of Trenčín Ján Forgác and Patrik Žák. The focus of the festival was the film section for elementary schools focused on creative formal processing of short films that entertained, but also taught a young child's viewer.
2nd to 4th June 2016, the first edition of the multi-genre Children's Festival was held in Trenčín, whose central theme for this year became the film world. The supporting theme of the festival is to pay homage to Eduard Schreiber, who made the first Slovak film in the nearby town of Lednice Rovne 120 years ago. Viewers could enjoy cinematographic works through several film screenings at the Army House (ODA) and Artkine Metro. They have enjoyed internationally popular films such as Little Prince, as well as Slovak animated and short films designed for the child's viewer.
A year later, the winners of the Digital Photography and Short Film Competition - intended for children of Slovaks living abroad - met in Banská Bystrica on 27-30 June 2016. The expert committee composed by Lukáš Matejka (TRAKT) and Martina Krčová in cooperation with the main organizer of the Mateja Bela Methodological Center prepared for children, besides interesting prices, also a photo workshop in the Čierny Balog plein and a workshop of pixel and luminography in Banská Bystrica.
Animation is a way of creating seemingly moving things. Animation = revival. Who is the animation workshop designed for? Children aged 6-14 years in particular (older but interested parties or parents may also participate). What do you learn about the workshop? At the workshop, we are devoted exclusively to the manual technique of animation. You will use your creativity to create a short animated movie. The animation principle is a record of the sequential sequencing of the images.
The snow-covered village environment of the village Dúbravica provided from 3 to 5 February 2017 a creative "shelter" for five young artists - students from the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica - Faculty of Fine Arts - Department of Intermedia and Digital Media. The creative process took place in the former state nursery school, currently managed by the artistic organization Periférne centrá. Under the guidance of Mgr. art. Lukáš Matejka, ArtD. (TRAKT) students had created the prototypes at the intersection of light object and material experiment.
On January 24 and February 13, 2017, The Mapping Workshop was held at the Secondary School of Arts in Trencin, with young lecturer Pavol Soukal (TRAKT). On the two-course workshop had students of the third grade of photographic design opportunity to learn basics of digital video mapping and its application in contemporary visual art, and to learn the setup and making of in some most common softwares used for video mappings. The workshop ended with a projection of created visuals and with demonstration of interactive control over the projections with midi controller and makey makey.
Park camp is a project taking place in Trebišov’s park from 18th to 23rd of July 2016 organised by members of „OZ KONTEXT“ Peter Valiska -Timečko and Branislav Zurko. The role of the lecturers was taken by Lukáš Matejka and Štefan Oliš from „TRAKT“ and their external colleague Ján Ančic took. The target group of Park camp 3 were students of art universities. The project was focused on video and sound art. The aim was a creation of pieces of art responding to the park ambiance - site-specific art.
Visual 3D scanning has become one of the symbols of modern times. He came to be used not only at design proposals in medicine but also in videos and film. Provide more information on the dimensions, shape, ,, see the corner "... However, it is understood by the public as a technology of the future, to which must be expensive special equipment. But the opposite is true. It is possible to scan financially and technologically demanding through laser scanners. But in now largely the use of available low-cost technologies, DIY solutions.