Upcoming workshop
Jan 15 - 22, 2019

The Art of Data Sonification

Learn how to turn data into sound! Dan Tapper will teach participants how to apply different data sonification techniques, collect and produce a variety of sonifications, and how to creatively use these sonifications in their own work.

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Upcoming workshop
Jan 24, 2019

Interactive Writing with Texture

Award-winning game writer and novelist Jim Munroe will explore the tools available for interactive writing, teach some principles of mixing writing and interactivity, and provide hands-on experience to participants creating their own work.

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Upcoming workshop
Feb 2, 2019

Binary Solo

Discover how the 1s and 0s of binary work from early textiles to computers in space, and take a closer look at the political implications of computers using code to store and transmit messages for people!

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Upcoming event
Dec 13, 2018

Xuan Ye: EveryLetterCyborg V1.3

Join us for a one-night public presentation of EveryLetterCyborg V1.3, a project completed by InterAccess's 2018 Digital Artist in Residence, Xuan Ye. 

 

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Nov 21, 2018

VECTOR FESTIVAL 2019 - Open Call for Submissions

Vector Festival is a participatory and community-oriented initiative dedicated to showcasing experimental new media art that draws on digital game technologies and wide-ranging creative media practices.

Submission deadline: February 01, 2019

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Aug 29, 2018

Call for Works

InterAccess is pleased to announce the 2018 IA Current Exhibition, Preservation and Permanence, curated by Amanda Low and Tommy Truong. Deadline: Friday, September 21, 2018. Submit to: IACurrent@interaccess.org

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Aug 29, 2018

The Future: After - Fall 2018 Programming Launch

Join us this fall for an engaging season of exhibitions, lectures, and artist workshops. From generations of teenage Indigenous artists who began their practice in their bedrooms, to the futility and vitality of the act of archiving, the pair of exhibitions in The Future: After suggest a future that is not shaped by the technologies we use, but rather by the stories they help us tell.

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