Create Generative Art Using Processing
In this project-based course, we will cover the fundamentals of the Processing framework to give you the tools to create your own generative art. Then we will explore the intersection of digital and physical realities by projecting your generative graphics onto common objects – a book, a glass of milk, a dress, or anything that suits your whimsy – in order to transform how we perceive them. ABOUT PROCESSING Processing is a coding language created by artists for artists. Processing has been used for everything from music videos to pieces featured in the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. In this class, we will use Processing to mix the physical and the digital to create evocative objects. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN • Discover the powerful visual impact of algorithmic graphics • Master the Processing language basics • Collaboratively create a group art exhibit • Explore the intersection of digital and physical media • Design and create your own generative “sculptures” • Strut your stuff in the class exhibition • Have fun with code! :) WHEN Every Thursday 6pm-9pm from September 22, 2016 - November 3, 2016 (total of 7 classes, 3 hours per class, 21 class hours total). EXHIBIT Members of this class will have the opportunity to exhibit their work at a public event on Saturday, November 12, 2016.
Lisa Woods is the co-founder of dadageek - which offers project-focused classes for expressive technology and creative coding as well as exhibition opportunities in Austin, TX. Our instructors are talented creative technologists with a passion for sharing their expertise with others.
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