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Restoration of Grether’s list: a significant media-arts resource

In the course of doing some research I was astounded and grieved to discover that Dr. Reinhold Grether had removed his amazing list of new-media links from his web site, Netzwissenschaft. I had come to depend on this extraordinary resource, and although I was hardly surprised to learn that Dr. Grether had tired of maintaining it […]

CMU’s new “Master of Tangible Interaction Design”

I’m delighted to announce another new degree program in my university: the “Master of Tangible Interaction Design”, spearheaded by Professor Mark Gross, who also directs the Computational Design Lab at CMU. I’ll be one of the professors teaching in this progam, primarily in the areas of computation, interaction, and graphics. Here’s the full press release: Master of […]

CMU’s new “Bachelor of Computer Science and Art”

I’m delighted to announce that CMU, where I teach, has just approved a unique new hybrid undergraduate degree program which combines Computer Science and the Arts. I had a hand in creating the new degree program, and I’ll be one of the principal academic advisors for these students.  Here’s the full text of the press […]

Alphabet Synthesis Machine (2001) restored

After 16 months of being offline, the Alphabet Synthesis Machine is now back. The ASM was commissioned in 2001 by Art21, and created in collaboration with Jonathan Feinberg and Cassidy Curtis. Huge props to Jonathan for getting this up and working again in his spare time. The ASM had gone down due to a disk crash […]

Summer workshops in interactive art & design!

I’m delighted to announce that I will be conducting weeklong workshops in Computational Arts at two gorgeous locations: Shakerag Workshop Center, in Sewanee, Tennessee. Workshop in interactive and computational arts and design: June 22-28, 2008.   The Anderson Ranch Arts Center, in Aspen, Colorado. Workshop in interactive and computational arts and design: August 4-8, 2008. […]