Workshops

Oct 2 2018

Bluetooth Sonification with GeneraBLE

Create generative art from ambient Bluetooth signals with a Raspberry Pi 3! Learn the steps to install an open source GeneraBLE software and ZynAddSubFX synth, which turn your Pi into a hackable and extensible generative art platform.

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Oct 16 2018

Intro to Op Amps & Analog Electronics

In this workshop, Rob Cruickshank will teach the basics of Op Amps, from how to deal with their special power supply requirements, the more common circuit configurations, to using an oscilloscope to visualize analog voltages. 

   

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Oct 23 2018

Atari Punk Console

Want to make your own DIY sound synthesizer? Join us to learn about the 555 chip, practice your soldering and circuit building skills, and make some old school sounds with the Atari Punk Console!

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Oct 30 2018 to Nov 6 2018

Drawing with Code

Join Tess Sutherland as she teaches the ABC’s of algorithmic drawing and interactive animations using Processing, a very friendly programming environment built for artists and designers.

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Nov 10 2018 to Nov 17 2018

Intro to Unity for Artists

Want to create games, VR experiences, animations, and interactive installations? This workshop will teach you how to work with the powerful and uniquitous game engine Unity, and how to incorporate new coding techniques into your own art practice.

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Nov 13 2018 to Nov 20 2018

Intro to Pure Data

Learn the Basics of Pure Data (Pd), a free Open Source environment specifically designed for artists, musicians and other creators. Learn how to make simple reactive video artworks, and how to connect your pieces to the real world by connecting Pure Data to an Arduino.

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Dec 4 2018 to Dec 11 2018

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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Jan 10 - 17, 2017

Intro to Electronics for Artists (Series)

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. 

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Nov 17, 2016

Make it Move! Introduction to Motors for Artists

*****This workshop is now full!!! To express future interest in taking this workshop please send an email to education@interaccess.org*****

 

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Nov 15, 2016

Social in the Studio: with Dustin Wilson

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.

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Nov 8, 2016

Intro to Game Boy Chiptunes

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.

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Nov 5, 2016

Ultrasonic Hackduino Pedal

Learn to hack an analog guitar pedal and control its effects with an Arduino microcontroller and ultrasonic sensor.

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Nov 1, 2016

Obtuse Nature - Repurposing Natural Systems for Computational Art

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.

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Oct 23, 2016

Out Through the Outlet: Making sounds in real time with Bela and Pure Data

In this workshop you’ll get an introduction to Bela, a platform for ultra-low latency audio and sensor processing. You’ll get to know Bela, become familiar with what’s involved in real-time digital signal processing, and discover how to use Pure Data with Bela to control sensors and make sounds. Using a Bela system, a breadboard and any components available (or ones you bring with you), you’ll be able to make sounds.

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Oct 20 - 27, 2016

Dream and Iterate: Series

This two part course will be part lecture part workshop on neural networks and other techniques for making images with code.

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Oct 15, 2016

Intro to 3D Scanning and Printing for Artists

This is an introductory, yet in depth workshop the process of 3D Scanning and Printing. 

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