[Noisebridge-discuss] Teaching programming for artists and designers
arramsabeti at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 01:57:55 UTC 2008
That sounds like something I'd be interested in. I started tinkering with
processing a few nights ago.
On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 2:14 PM, Scott Murray <shm at alignedleft.com> wrote:
> Hi, everyone,
> My name is Scott Murray, and I'm new to the NoiseBridge list. I recent met
> both Mitch and Rachel at the HOPE conference in NYC, both of whom encouraged
> me to get involved.
> I'm currently a grad student in the dynamic media MFA program at the
> Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, but I will moving back
> home to San Francisco in a few weeks. Lately, I've been doing a lot of work
> in Processing, the free, open-source programming environment for artists and
> designers, and I'm interested in sharing my excitement for this tool with
> So I'd like to put a question to the group: If I were to offer an
> introductory Processing class or workshop sometime this Fall, would
> NoiseBridge be interested in helping me organize it? I envision this as a
> very low cost class. Essentially, I would need only a space with tables,
> chairs, and a projector (ideally). Participants could bring their own
> laptops, and I would probably recommend a book or two.
> I don't intend to make any money with this. My goals would be (A) to get
> some experience teaching basic programming, and (B) to help people make cool
> stuff and express their ideas using code.
> If you're new to Processing, I'll just say that it can be used to create
> beautiful digital art (both interactive/dynamic and not/static), visualize
> data, interface with microcontrollers, and express itself using visuals and
> audio. See processing.org for more about it. Also, you can see some of
> my recent projects here:
> I'd love to hear what you all think. Thanks in advance.
> Best wishes,
> Scott Murray
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