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On 15-17.09.2023, we would like to invite you to take part in a creative workshop, during which participants will get to know the most important generative artificial intelligence tools, such as Midjourney, Adobe Firefly, ChatGPT, Gen-2, ElevenLabs, VoiceAI, MusicGen. With their help, they will create graphics, photos, short video forms and ideas for films inspired by the Wawel Castle, the Jagiellonians, or the sculptures of Zdzisław Beksiński. And they will also exchange thoughts on the role of artificial intelligence in the creative process. We invite people with different interests who have not yet used Generative AI tools, but would like to learn more about in practice and create a project in a creative and interdisciplinary atmosphere.

We will be working in the Cinebus – a mobile film studio, where you can make a film and other audiovisual forms can be made from start to finish.
Panele solarne na dachu Cinebusa Mobilnego Studia Filmowego, za pomocą którego mozna w sposób ekologiczny i zrównoważony wyprodukować film.


🔹12.00-13.00 What is Gen AI? The most important applications – an interactive theoretical introduction

🔹13.00 – 18.00 (including lunch break) We create graphics and short videas inspired by the Wawel Castle using Midjourney, Adobe Firefly and applications to generate video, music and sound.

Edyta Jadowska - uczestniczka grupy filmu animowanego podczas Plenerów Film Spring Open

The workshop will be led by Edyta Jadowska – motion designer and visual communication specialist, winner of the Film Spring Open, Animaton and Hackathon competitions for Wawel. She created animated videas for, among others, the Emigration Museum in Gdynia and the Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw. She currently works as Visual and Communication Designer at innovation hub, Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE).

Tickets available HERE.
The workshop will take place as part of the ‘Wawel is Yours’ festival, which accompanies the opening of the exhibition ‘The Image of the Golden Age’. The exhibition is open from 15 September to 14 December 2023.
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