There’s nothing like the comfort of your own home. The comfy feel of underwear instead of annoying … clothes. The absence of … other people in the same room.

Yes, if you’ve ever dreamt of learning the lovely semi-modular, powerful VJ tool VDMX, now you don’t need to wait until experts in the tool come to your part of the world. You don’t even need clothes. (Though, maybe you’re chilly. You can totally wear clothes, too.)

Vidvox’s own David Lublin will be presenting a workshop for video artists ready to get deep into VDMX. You can hear from this core developer, and then ask questions, too.

It’s not only a nice opportunity to hone your visual performance tools for AU$25, it’s a nice idea for training in general. With the visual community as scattered as it is around the globe, if this works well, I hope it gets repeated. We can’t all fly to be with one another, unfortunately. This is surely the next best thing. Scheduled at Noon USA Eastern (NYC) time on March 1, it works out reasonably well for much of the planet.

Find out more:
March 1: VDMX Masterclass @ ACMI with David Lublin, Vidvox, NY [skynoise]

Registration and info at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Let us know if you go for it.

And on your own time, there’s always this:


  • jean_poole

    Thanks for the workshop plug Peter – it’s scheduled for noon Sat Mar 1st, Australian Eastern Standard time though, which translates to Fri 8pm for New Yorkers ( or er… Sat 2am in some Berlin warehouse… ). (worldclock: http://goo.gl/7OT98X )

    Also – it’s free for any online-skivvy-wearing video peeps – it’s only $25 for those physically attending the workshop in Melbourne – ACMI will have a pretty great multi-screen set-up though, with feeds of David, his interface and video output, as well as lots of laptops for users.

    Should be a fun session! Feel free to chime in with questions during the stream …

  • Igor Molochevski

    This should be fun, as an idea it would be cool to do real time class with couple of the audiences around the world. I think a lot of students in my program would love to participate.