Summer Digital Art Workshops 2014

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summer ws imalInitiated in 2005, the Summer Digital Art Workshops go on with this 10th edition!

The various courses address techniques and expressions increasingly used in visual arts, installations, performing arts, audio-visual or digital art (net art, code art, interactivity…) and introduce practices based on open source software.

The five courses:

Course 1 : Introduction à l’Art du Code – Processing : 15 – 18 July 2014

Course 2 : Fabrication Numérique – FabLab.iMAL : 22 – 25 July 2014

Course 3 : Introduction au Physical Computing – Arduino : 29 July – 1 August 2014

Course 4 : Introduction son-image temps-réel – PureData I : 5 – 8 August 2014

Course 5 : Vidéo-3D temps-réel – GEM / PureData II : 12 – 15 August 2014

Conditions of Participation

Arduino, Summer workshops 2012

Arduino, Summer workshops 2012

These workshops are open to any artist, art student, designer, graphic designer, videographer, programmer, teacher, hobbyist curious, active unemployed … wishing to learn new creative digital tools (18 years old at least).

Please be aware that these workshops are thaught in French. They are however open to people with basic skills in French (at least oral understanding). Of course, the programming languages are always based on English

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