Gordon Berger, a digital artist and “NFT and Crypto Art Movement pioneer”, is giving a 5-day intensive course through auction house Christie’s to provide a complete overview of the NFT landscape. Berger minted three of the first 100 tokens on SuperRare.
Each session will unlock the often confusing and complicated concepts connected with Blockchain, NFTs and the digital art space. This course will provide industry-standard practical knowledge, from Minting (creating an NFT) and setting up a Crypto-Wallet to buying and selling NFTs. An explanation of the Metaverse and the future of these spaces will also be covered.
What will you learn?
- Participants will learn the key concepts of NFTs and the fundamental elements of creating, buying and selling NFTs
- Participants will gain essential knowledge associated with the Blockchain and how it serves the NFT marketplace
- At the end of the course participants will have a greater understanding of the NFT landscape and how it works within the art world as well as other industries and will also be familiar with the workings of the metaverse
What is the cost of the course?
When does it take place?
21 – 25 February 2022
18:00 – 19:30pm GMT
13:00 – 14:30pm EST
+ 15 minutes for Q&A London Time
Course recordings will be available to watch for 14 days after each live session.
Link to register: Sign in (elluciancloud.com)
Who is Gordon Berger?
Berger is a Pioneer of the NFT & Crypto Art movement. He was the first TEDx speaker to give a talk on NFTs in April of 2018 and held the first NFT solo exhibition in New York the following year. He minted 3 of the first 100 tokens on SuperRare and created the first NFT ever to be materialised into physical reality (‘Solidity’/‘Materiality’ Series 2019).
As a graduate of Central Saint Martins University in London, and The Belgrade School of Design, he has dedicated his career to the intersection of the virtual and physical, and his art has been exhibited internationally. https://linktr.ee/gordon_berger
What his bio says: “As an abstract contemporary artist, Gordon has been drawn to the fusion of art and technology and its ever-evolving output in our contemporary digital world.”