PRICE€ 169 (VAT exempt)
FOR WHOThe workshop is for those who are familiar to data visualisation but are relatively new to creative coding. The goal is to get a better understanding how creative coding can be part of the process in making dataviz.
PRACTICAL INFORMATIONThis training will be offered in the second half of 2020 (with reservation). Keep an eye on the website or send a message via the Ask more info button and we keep you informed.
The total length of this online training is 4 hours.
Training Creative Coding & Data artwork in the browser (online training)Get a glimpse of making data-driven art, interactive websites, real-time animations, and generative designs using code, algorithms, and public datasets. This workshop gently introduces you to the concepts behind creative coding, data visualization and interaction design. Learn how to use Glitch, p5.js, and the browser as a starting point for a web-based project that can be shared online.
ContentThe following topics will be covered:
- a warm-up exercise on algoritmic drawing
- an introduction to Glitch
- an introduction to P5.js
- how to draw (data)shapes and patterns with code
- You will need a laptop with a modern browser like Chrome or FireFox
- Basic knowledge of coding will help (for example understanding variables or loops) but isn’t absolutely necessary
Matt DesLauriers is a Toronto-born artist and creative coder now living in London, UK. His interactive installations have been displayed in special events at the Louvre Museum in Paris and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. His work was part of Reykjavik’s 2019 Winter Lights Festival in Iceland and Ontario Place Park’s 2018 Winter Light Exhibition in Toronto. Matt is active in the open source community and has given numerous talks, classes, and workshops on creative coding such as UCL Bartlett School of Architecture in London, FITC in Toronto and Amsterdam, Frontend Masters in Minneapolis, GROW in Paris, and Nodeschool in Toronto.