The free eight-week programme will begin on Saturday 6 October allowing digital makers to get hands on with museum collections and the latest digital tech.
Participants will explore areas such as virtual reality, 3D scanning and 3D printing, coding, green screen, laser and vinyl cutting and much more, while developing their own innovative content.
There will also be opportunities to get behind the scenes at the Ulster Museum and explore the the museum's rich collections as well as handle objects and items from the archives.
No previous experience is necessary – the project is open to enthusiastic young people with an interest in exploring museums and heritage through new and exciting digital technologies.
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This initiative is part of the Reimagine, Remake, Replay project being delivered by the Nerve Centre, National Museums Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Museums Council and Northern Ireland Screen. It is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Kick the Dust' programme which aims to make heritage relevant to the lives of young people.
The project aimes to connect with over 4,000 young people over the next three years to connect them with heritage in multiple, meaningful ways through creative media and the latest digital technologies, with a range of programmes in Museums across the country.
If you would like to find out more about the project and upcoming activity, please contact Joe Carlin: firstname.lastname@example.org, 028 7126 0562.