Creative Coding

Creative Coding will introduce you to the fundamental concepts of object oriented programming, using code as a method for self-expression in a variety of media, such as 2D graphics, animation, image, and video processing.

Created by: Kevin Siwoff

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Course Description

In Creative Coding, students are introduced to object-oriented programming concepts, moving past the sequential problem solving found in typical beginner programming classes to use the computer as a creative medium for art, games, and graphic design. This introductory course will introduce you to a variety of concepts in programming, and how they can be applied creatively to work in a variety of media, such as 2D graphics, animation, image and video processing. A strong focus will be on creating interactive experiences for the web. By the end of this course, students will be empowered to read and write javascript for creative applications. This is reinforced through weekly assignments and a midterm and final project that leverage the skills learned in the course

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Instructor Details

Kevin Siwoff

Kevin Siwoff is a multidisciplinary artist and educator. Siwoff's works have been shown in numerous galleries, festivals, and arts institutions including the US Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, New Museum's IDEAS City Festival, Museum of the City of New York, Red Bull Studios NY, and DUMBO Arts Festival. He was an inaugural member of the New Museum's New Inc. arts and technology incubator. Siwoff is also the publisher of Drip Pitcher Press, an independent publishing company specializing in small edition artist publications, objects, and media.

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