Tilt Brush Tutorials

An introduction to making three-dimensional artwork in virtual reality

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For aspiring and experienced artists aged 13+.


16th February 2019
17th February 2019

What time

10:00AM–12:00PM, 12:30PM–2:30PM, 3:00PM–5:00PM



14-18 Broad Street,




£30 - early bird (book before 8 Feb)

£40 - full price

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For aspiring and experienced artists aged 13+.

Explore how virtual reality can be used to make three-dimensional artworks in these artist-led tutorials using Oculus Rift.

Level up your creative skills with one-on-one mentoring from Céline Siani Djiakoua, artist and Near Now Studio Member.

What will you learn?

Painting from a new perspective

In this in-depth two-hour long tutorial you'll experiment with new technology and learn techniques to create three-dimensional art in virtual reality.

Local artist Céline Siani Djiakoua will teach you how to use Tilt Brush, a Google-developed application for painting in 3D space.

  • Learn how to use virtual reality technology through play and experimentation.
  • Create VR artworks to keep and share.
  • Discover a new creative medium.

This event is aimed at aspiring to experienced artists aged 13+ looking to try VR for the first time.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Book a one-on-one tutorial at the following times:

  • 10:00AM–12:00PM
  • 12:30PM–2:30PM
  • 3:00PM–5:00PM


  • £30 - early bird (book before 8 Feb)
  • £40 - full price

Price is per participant.

What is Explorers Fair?

Explorers Fair is Broadway's celebration of arts, play, science and technology.

Head to Broadway on Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 February for a weekend of discovery.

Festival of Science and Curiosity

Explorers Fair is part of Nottingham's Festival of Science and Curiosity. Bringing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to the heart of Nottingham from 13-20 February 2019.

Visit www.nottsfosac.co.uk for more information.

Banner image by THEHONEYEFFECT, created as part of a Virtual Reality Residency at Broadway.

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