“Green screen 101” is an introductory workshop covering the basics of green screening and the program, After Effects. Here, you will receive a hands-on introduction in setting up a green screen, keying out backgrounds, and compiling a basic environment in AfterEffects.
Lauren Valley is a 2018 Digital Arts Fellow at AS220. She is a robotics artist and researcher based in Pittsburgh, PA. Through video and mechatronic installation, she attempts to explore stereotypes and gender barriers present in tech industries. Valley completed a residency at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in 2016, and at ACRE, July 2017. She was recently granted a fellowship at AS220 in Providence, Rhode Island, 2018-2019. Her work has been exhibited internationally. Valley is also the director and editor of Electric Women, the online resource dedicated to featuring the work of women of color in new media art.
This project is supported in part with an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.