Feb 4, 2017
This is an introductory, yet in depth workshop the process of 3D Scanning and Printing. Participants will explore the limitations of the technology vs good use cases, use of laser/turntable scanning, outline of post-processing using nextengine software, post-process a model into a watertight mesh.
Jan 24 - 31, 2017
In this two part series participants will be introduced to creative coding, circuit construction, sensors and actuators. Whether you are interested in robotics, sound, light art, or just plain old tinkering, these workshops are a great place to develop your artistic ideas.
Jan 14, 2017
This workshop is intended for artists interested in working with videos and projections for art installations of any size. **SOLD OUT!**
Jan 10 - 17, 2017
Learning the basics of electronics is vital for anyone looking to create interactive or new media work. This workshop, geared to artists, is for those new in electronics, or for those who need a refresher.
Nov 17, 2016
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Nov 15, 2016
In his book The Futurological Congress, Stanislaw Lem writes about a future government that administers hallucinatory narcotics to manipulate the subjective reality of the people. Effectively constructing a new reality as a method of social control; a regime that Lem called “Cryptochemocracy.” The contemporary profits of techno-capitalism are prognosticating the “technological singularity” as the moment of post-human transcendence.
Nov 8, 2016
Learn to synthesize sounds and compose music using the Nintendo Game Boy. Get started with the basics of sound synthesis and learn to explore and experiment with the capabilities of the Game Boy sound chip. Delve into the LSDJ sequencer software and discover many of the sequencing techniques popular in chiptune music.
Nov 5, 2016
Learn to hack an analog guitar pedal and control its effects with an Arduino microcontroller and ultrasonic sensor.
Nov 1, 2016
Obtuse Nature explores naturally occurring systems that generate complex patterns from simple sets of rules. The workshop will provide the opportunity for participants to work with a number of naturally inspired algorithms, they will then be guided through how to develop and artistically re-purpose these simple systems creating intricate and individually unique generative works of art.