Art && Code

(2009)

Art && Code was an event series and educational conference. The first conference was concerned with programming environments for artists, young people, and the rest of us. The conference event took place during the weekend of March 7-9, 2009 on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh. It featured 26 workshops in 11 different arts-programming languages, as well as lecture presentations by fifteen of the key innovators leading significant revolutions in software-arts education.

Golan LEVIN
Introduction
Tom MCMAIL
Keynote
Sebastian OSCHATZ
“vvvv”
Ben FRY and Casey REAS
“Processing”
Hans-Christoph STEINER
“Pure Data”
Luke DUBOIS
“Max/MSP/Jitter”
why the lucky stiff
“Hackety Hack”
Dr. WOOHOO
“ExtendScript”
John MALONEY and Evelyn EASTMOND
“Scratch”
Zachary LIEBERMAN, Theodore WATSON, and Arturo CASTRO

Don SLATER
“Alice”

Art && Code was made possible by a generous grant from Microsoft Research, with oversight by the Center for Computational Thinking at CMU. The Art && Code symposium series is a project of the CMU STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, directed by Golan Levin.