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YDC workshops and creative productions

Between 2004 and 2007, the UNESCO DigiArts team organized a series of online and offline sessions of workshops. The online sessions were led for a duration of two to four months by a DigiArts specialist and usually brought together 10 to 15 classes or groups of young people in different parts of the world.  Each class or group consisted of 8 to 12 students and their educator. 

On the other hand, the face-to-face workshops were run with a focused number of 10-20 local student/teacher participants living in Dakar, San Jose, Sharjah, etc, and especially organized in association with professional media arts festivals such as the Dakart Biennale, the International Symposium of Electronic Arts, and the Sharjah Biennale. 

• Online session 2003-2007 on Youth and HIV and AIDS

• Online session 2003-2007 on the Scenes and sounds of cities  (Click on upper right-hand corner icon “Art gallery”)

• Online session 2003-2007 on Digital water soundscapes 

• Dakar Lab Workshop at École des Beaux Arts on Water and HIV/AIDS (May 2006, Dakar, Senegal)

• Special online session 2006 on “Scenes and sounds of my city

• ISEA 2006 Youth Ambassadors’ workshop (August 2006, San Jose)

• Maghreb regional online session 2007

• Special online session 2006-2007 on Water and HIV/AIDS

• Sharjah Biennale teacher’s training workshop (April 2007, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)


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