Oxford Project 3, ART AND CODE
The Oxford Project is continuing in early March, but not physically in Oxford, OH this time. We’re descending upon Pittsburgh to work on the next Processing release. Ben Fry, Ira Greenberg, Dan Shiffman, Andres Colubri, and myself will work on the GStreamer integration (goodbye QuickTime) and other improvements.
Why Pittsburgh? We’re going to participate in the ART AND CODE symposium and workshops, organized by Golan Levin:
Art and Code is a symposium on programming environments for artists, young people, and the rest of us. The event takes place the weekend of March 7-9, 2009 on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. It features hands-on workshops and a conference showcase for eight different creative toolkits — programming languages made by artists, for artists.
This is a very exciting event with fascinating, emerging programming environments presented through workshops and lectures:
Giant Eagle Auditorium, here we come.