JAM visual workshop
JAM routinely conducts residencies and workshops in Art Schools targeted at animation / film / motion design student.
In these residencies, having as a starting point given musical elements (part of an overall musical composition), students create or adapt visual material.
This often culminates in a live performance or in the pre-recorded performance of an audio-visual composition where the visual part has been partly or fully created by the students.
See excerpts of how visual material can be played, improvised and incorporated into audio-visual compositions/performances →
In some instances (as it happened in the BTK – College of Design workshop), the visual material created by the students is able to be publicly performed by a full band (sextet). See example of audio-visual integration with a band below ↓