Workshops for adults in the context of “Hybrids” exhibition / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

Workshops for adults in the context of “Hybrids” exhibition

Hybrids: On the borderline between Art and Technology

11 ΝΟV 2016 – 22 DEC 2016
For adults
Five workshops for adults from the basics of 3D Printing to hybrid art-works and open technologies.
Free admission
Be at the intersection of art and science, get to know Open Technologies and create unique artifacts blending the Physical with Digital, to accompany the Hybrids exhibition, in the dedicated workshop area.


12 November 2016 | 17:00-22:00
Hack the Camp Clinic
Individuals and teams interested in Hack the Camp, the creative marathon on refugee and integration challenges, will be able to discuss with tech experts in the workshop area of the Hybrids exhibition, just in time before the final submission of their project concepts.
Reservation required: contact us with your details at
With: mindspace, Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS)
28 November – 2 December 2016 | 18:00-21:00
5-9 December 2016 | 18:00-21:00
Please submit your participation at the workshop until Wednesday 30 November 2016 by completing the form.

Are you interested in open-source software/hardware, 3D printing, programming, single-board computers and electronics? Are you up for experimentation with analogue amplifiers, filters, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data processing, algorithmic sound synthesis and paradigms of brain-computer coupling? Would you like to make your own ‘intelligent’ headset that will be able of performing EEG (electroencephalography) and composing algorithmic synthesis of electronic music/sound?

In the context of his work Inhibition, media artist Marinos Koutsomichalis will lead two workshops, introducing the participants to open technologies, creative coding and hardware design as well as guiding them into prototyping their own individuated headsets.
Each four-day workshop will conclude with an open to the public showcase of the participants creative outcomes and a sound performance (possibly with the participation of the audience). The produced headsets will be exhibited alongside Koutsomichalis’ original  prototype at the Hybrids exhibition, before they are eventually returned to their makers.
With: Marinos Koutsomichalis
10-11 December 2016 | 15:00-18:00
3D Printing Workshop
Please reserve your participation at the workshop until Thursday 8 December 2016 at
Learn the basics of 3D Printing and how we can use it to create works of art that lie somewhere between the physical and the digital.
Are you interested in open technologies and 3D Printing? Come visit the Hybrids exhibition workshop area to learn the basic principles of modelling with SketchUp and get to know the digital returns to physical through the process of 3D printing. Starting with the New Year’s charm, you will be able to create and 3D print, your own and personal artifact.
Requirements: Participants will need to bring their own laptop and have the free SketchUp software installed.


17 December 2016 | 11:00-17:00
A Saturday dedicated to the art of Hybrids and Wikipedia
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Participation is free. Please reserve your participation at

Write Wikipedia entries and unearth digital and other sources relating to Hybrid Art in the library of the Athens School of Fine Arts.

With: Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS), Athens School of Fine Art (ASFA), Eikimedia Community User Group Greece

Venue: Athens School of Fine Arts Library (Peiraos 256, 182 33 Ag. Ioannis Rentis)

22-23 December 2016 | 17:00-21:00
I search, therefore I am
Please reserve your participation at the workshop until Wednesday 14 December 2016 by completing the form.

How can we create hybrid art-works out of the personal data collected on us by Internet platforms?

The use of search engines is an integral part of the everyday lives of most people online. What colour, shape or tune are your personal data like?

Define characteristics for your daily search engine data, and explore their weight, volume and quantity, bending them with image, sound and 3D printing technologies, to give shape to your personalized search history. Referencing her research and artistic practice, media artist Kyriaki Goni leads a two-day workshop on the ever relevant theme of managing our personal data, in a context of debate and increasing awareness. During the concluding phase of the workshop, once participants have shaped their data into a solid form, they will have to decide whether they are going to delete their search history, in exchange for a personalized deletion certificate.
Requirements: Participants will need to bring their own laptop, and to be using Internet search engines often.

With: Kyriaki Goni

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Addressed to: adults
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The 3D printers of "Inhibition" and "I search, therefore I am" workshops are sponsored by ANIMA.

17 Dec 2016

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A Saturday dedicated to the art of Hybrids and Wikipedia

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