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Processing: An Introduction to Programming
Mondays October 26th - November 16th @ The Forge
6:30 - 8:30 PM
$40 Member/ $80 Non-Member
An introduction to programming covering programming fundementals using
the open source processing.org. Students will learn about the fundamentals
of programming using Processing. a flexible software language based on
JAVA for learning how to code. Originally developed within the context
of the visual arts, processing is useful in interactive web design and
numerous other applications. Students will complete this class with a basic
understanding of programming and will have created several interactive/
animated graphics. This program has promoted software literacy within
the visual arts and visual literacy within technology. There are tens of
thousands of students, artists, designers, researchers, and hobbyists who use
Processing for learning and prototyping. Led by Forge Greensboro’s Art and
Tech founder, Karen Niemczyk.
For more information please contact Karen at email@example.com or
The Forge Greensboro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up at http://www.forgegreensboro.org
Working primarily in new media, Karen Niemczyk is US
artist with a focus on interactive sculpture. Her work takes
on a variety of forms – mainly interactive light sculpture
and video but including digitally created prints, games,
internet art and more. Her current works in development
create work reflecting the individual using technology
and exploring the relationship between that technology/
science and the natural world.Her studio, Interpolations
Studio is based here in Greensboro, NC.