The digital sphere, the Web and the Internet have been highly changing our ways of communicating and consuming for two decades.
New codes and a new, exponential, social, informative, augmented, scenarised, shortened, multifaceted language have arisen, as well as new concepts such as web creation (web documentaries, web series), augmented reality, interactive storytelling, live fiction, filmed radio, 360° TV, transmedia.
Social networks, tablets, new screens, interactivity, immediacy, new ways of telling, showing, filming, producing and directing urge Artistic Schools to explore new ways of learning. The Institut des Arts de Diffusion invites you to join them in this thinking process on 28th and 29th March 2019.
Fred Cavazza, Sysk
NNew opportunities. New realities.
Thursday 28th & Friday 29th march 2019
Place Raymond Lemaire
Louvain-la-Neuve SNCB Station – 5’ walking
E 411 - Exit 8a
at the roundabout, go straight on and follow the direction “Centre Urbain”
(Aula Magna arows)
We have pre-booked rooms some rooms for you at preferential rates in these two hotels.
All the info will be given in the submission form.
The symposium is organized by the Institut des Arts de Diffusion(IAD), with the support of the Media Innovation and Intelligibility Lab (UCLouvain / MIIL), as well as that of the Médias Francophones Publics (MFP).
The aim of the Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IAD, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) is to train professional artistes who mix creativity, artistic sensibility, technical mastery and communicational skills. IAD is used to opening its students up to the world around them and transmitting values of responsibility, solidarity and boldness.
Since 1959, IAD has trained more than 4000 professionals who have earned recognized positions in the Belgian audiovisual or theatrical spectrum. Eager to keep a closely related to the evolutions of the society, IAD provides trainings in the audiovisual field and performing arts: film direction, production, script, editing and continuity, image, sound, infography, multimedia, dramatic performance and theatrical direction. The school also provides senior secondary teaching qualifications, as well as continuing trainings in audiovisual management, musical management, performing arts management and radio animation.
Entry to IAD is submitted to an admission test. Info about it can be found on the « Futur étudiant » part of the website www.iad-arts.be.
In the frame of its international policy, IAD has been working for twenty years with African or Asian countries to set up audiovisual and performing arts trainings.
The MIIL (Media innovation and intelligibility Lab) is the UCLouvain’s innovative platform focused on digital production and appropriation. It provides a large scale of equipment and skills devoted to cutting-edge scientific research, pedagogical devices (Moocs, Podcasts, etc.) and audiovisual needs of corporate and private partners.
Founded in January 2016, the association Les Medias Francophones Publics is a forum of French-speaking medias sharing activities of production and watch.
The programs and experiences exchanges between these French-speaking partners focus on a plurimedia approach (radio-TV-Web). The association also helps the partners to build common projects; it claims a genuine creativity and initiates coproduction projects. The members of the Medias Publics Francophones are: Radiofrance, France TV, TV5 Monde, RFI, Radio Canada, Télé-Québec, RTBF, RTS, TV5 Québec-Canada, TFO.