Digital Summer Workshops

Each year iMAL organises the Digital Summer Workshops with the intention to democratize the access to digital creativity for a large audience. The six courses address techniques and practices increasingly used in performing art, installation art, (audio)visual art and of course digital art. They are all based on open(-source) softwares and hardwares. This year, the programme includes two new workshops exploring the possibilities of the single-board computer Raspberry Pi, as well as an extended 3D-modeling introduction course (Blender).

1 : Introduction à l’Art du Code – Processing : July 12 – 15 2016
2 : Modélisation 3D – Blender : July 19 – 22 2016
3 : Fabrication Numérique – FabLab.iMAL : August 9 – 12 2016
4 : Introduction au Physical Computing – Arduino : August 2 – 5 2016
5 : Introduction Raspberry Pi : August 9 – 10 2016
6 : Physical Computing sur Raspberry Pi : August 11 – 12 2016

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These courses are open to any artist, art student, designer, graphic designer, video artist, programmer, teacher, curious hobbyist, inactives, … with the wish to learn new digital creation tools.