[PD] [PD-announce] Fwd: Pd workshops + open source symposium in Los Angeles
hans at eds.org
Sat Jan 27 00:49:39 CET 2007
A wiki page for people to post their workshop materials:
Make a page about your workshop, like this!
Here are a bunch of materials in CVS, as part of PDDP. It would be
awesome if you could work on the "intro" one with some good and fun
examples. Right now, its just a bunch of heavy material;
On Jan 24, 2007, at 12:23 AM, august wrote:
> You beat me to posting it.
> The space is limited for this workshop, and preference is given to
> University of California affiliates...but I doubt we will turn anyone
> away who comes with their own laptop. (if you are interested, and
> make the cut, write me an email and I will try to squeeze you in).
> So, if you or your freind who's always been wanting to learn PD is in
> the LA area....go to the registration page:
> all the best -august.
> PS: Derek and others...if you can point me to any useful material for
> the workshop, I'd appreciate it.
>>> O P E N
>>> UC Digital Arts Research Network
>>> Open Source Sound, Image, and Electronics
>>> 9,10 February 2007
>>> @ EDA, Broad Arts Center, UCLA
>>> A gathering for open source users, advocates, and developers.
>>> Symposium (Friday):
>>> Cory Doctorow - USC, Boing Boing
>>> Greg Niemeyer - UC Berkeley
>>> David Cuartielles - Arduino.cc, K3 Malmo
>>> Beatriz da Costa - UC Irvine
>>> Xavier Amatriain - UC Santa Barbara, MATi, CREATE
>>> Michael Zbyszynski - UC Berkeley, CNMAT
>>> Ben Fry - Processing.org, Carnegie Mellon
>>> Robert Nideffer - UC Irvine
>>> Workshops (Saturday):
>>> Processing - Ben Fry
>>> Arduino - David Cuartielles
>>> PD - August Black
>>> The event is free and open to the public.
>>> For more information visit:
>>> Please register here:
>>> All lectures take place in the EDA, Broad Art Center, 240 Charles E.
>>> Young Drive, Room 1250 Los Angeles, CA 90095
>>> Directions: http://dma.ucla.edu/info/directions.php
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