The Second Gen Art Hack Party Is Here.
Gen Art Hack Party brings together artists and technologists to spend an intensive day building generative art.
Although we have "gen art" in our name, participants are not limited to generative art alone. This is about visual culture, viewed and shared online. We're inspired by work like this and this and these and this and these
We encourage experimentation, iteration and openness. In the spirit of collaboration, your work will be projected on the walls throughout the event. Artists steal: build off the code of your fellow hackers, and share your own for inspiration.
Gen Art Hack Party is inclusive. Although some experience programming will be an advantage, we welcome participants at all levels. The first GAHP's audience choice winner had never programmed before.
We will have workshops the evening before the event: beginners will learn Processing.js, experienced coders will learn three.js. Then, on Saturday we hack all day until our opening party in the evening.
You can see the archive of the First Gen Art Hack Party here
Space is extremely limited! Register here before it's too late.
WorkshopsFriday April 24, 2015 Workshops starting at 7PM
HackSaturday April 25, 2015 Doors and breakfast at 9AM, hacking from 10AM-7PM
Party:Saturday April 25, 2015 The opening party starts at 7:30PM
The Gen Art Hack Party is taking place at the Whirlscape offices in downtown Toronto. 176 John Street, Unit 300, next to Grange Park
Gen Art Hack Party is organized by Xavier Snelgrove, who is also teaching the three.js workshop. The event is powered by software, motivation, and good vibes from Severin Smith. The Processing workshop will be taught by Kathryn Barrett, a maker and educator who frequently develops and teaches creative coding workshops for Ladies Learning Code and Girls Learning Code initiatives in Toronto.
Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions!
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