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“ART AND CODE” Conference at CMU, March 7-9

From March 7-9, I will be directing ART AND CODE, a conference on “Programming Environments for Artists, Young People and the Rest of Us“, held on the campus of Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh. Come join us! This conference is going to be a remarkable summit of sorts, as it will feature presentations and hands-on workshops […]

Symposium: Code, Form, Space (February 3-7 at CMU)

I am delighted to announce “Code, Form, Space”, a mini-symposium about generative form and digital fabrication, which will be held at Carnegie Mellon University during the week of February 3-7. Nearly all of the events are completely free and open to the public – and include lecture presentations by such distinguished computational artist/designers as C.E.B. […]

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. […]

Golan Levin at CAA, Feb. 20th

I will be presenting in the “Electronic and Emergent Media Art” panel at the College Art Association (CAA) Conference in Dallas on Wednesday, February 20th, at 2:30pm. I’ll show artwork created by my students and colleagues in the Electronic Time-Based concentration area of the CMU School of Art, where I teach. I’ll also be available […]