Intro to Processing for Artists
Learn the basics of Processing, an indispensable programming tool for artists. Join Tess Sutherland as she teaches the ABC’s of algorithmic drawing and interactive animations. Session 1 will teach the basics of drawing with code. Session 2 will show how to animate code through parameterization, and how to interface the mouse and keyboard with your creations. In both sessions, Tess will show examples of a wide range of artworks made with Processing and identify further resources for students. Students will work towards creation of a flexible, interactive drawing, and develop the coding skills necessary to step into a wide variety of possibilities in Processing.
Dates: Tuesday November 14 and 21
Annual Studio or Workshop Pass Discount $90
Regular Price $120
What, if any, prerequisite knowledge should students have? None is necessary-- some coding experience is a plus!
What to Bring: A Laptop with Processing installed. Processing can be installed for free at : https://processing.org/download/
About the Instructor: Tess Sutherland is a graduate of the Ryerson New Media program. She has worked on a variety of interactive installations, including Micah Scott's Forest (commissioned for TIFF Kids digiPlayspace), and BitMorph, a location-based game commissioned by the Ontario Science Centre. Her most recent work includes a Processing-driven interactive installation centering on the modern relationship with surveillance technologies. Check out her work at : http://www.tesssutherland.com/
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