New Workshop of Creating Interactive Applications at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague


Are you interested in interactive technology? How to use it in theater, during live performances and installations?

This workshop will introduce you to a basic concepts of the flexible tool for creating interactivity in art — visual programming toolkit VVVV. It is an environment specifically designed for creative use, it allows fast and flexible runtime editing without syntax errors. If you never tried programming — here called patching — you will love VVVV. If you tried programming before, you will love it even more. VVVV is similar to Max/Msp or PureData.

No previous knowledge of programming will be required, the workshop for absolute beginners. Workshop instructor is Andrej Boleslavsky, artist and researcher from CIANT | International Centre for Art and New Technologies.

Reserve your place via email, workshop capacity is limited to 12 people. In the reservation email, please describe what do you expect from the workshop and why it is interesting for you. The address is:

Please bring your own laptop with the Windows operating system and install VVVV (for non-commercial use available for free on the website ( ). The workshop will be held in English.
The workshop is organized by CIANT | International Centre for Art and New Technologies in cooperation with Noart and VŠUP.

Venue: Room 313, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague

Date: 27 January 2012 (10:00 AM – 04:00 PM)

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