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******PURE DATA SUMMER SCHOOL 2006******
GOTO10 at SPACE MEDIA ARTS
17 - 28 July 2006
Monday - Friday, 10:30 - 4:30pm
£100 for 10 days workshop
***A two week boot camp, now accepting applications.***
Pure Data is a free and open source real-time graphical programming
environment used by artists to create a range of visual arts, theatre,
dance, audio, installation, performance and media art works.
Pure Data is ideal for those looking to integrate technology into their
work for the first time, or advanced media artists looking to explore
new tools and new ways to combine them in a unified environment. It is
easy to use Pure Data to create interactive environments, link
animations and sound, control hardware and electronics, stream audio,
generate real time visuals and develop interfaces for other programs.
In this intensive two week course, participants will learn Pure Data
from scratch and explore in detail some of its most exciting extensions.
Using the Pure:Dyne creative GNU/Linux operating system, participants
will discover real time sound design, audiovisual techniques, physical
modelling with Gem and PmPD/MSD, how to extend PD into hardware and
electronics using CAT/purrr and generative 2D/3D visuals using Packet
MORE INFO: http://goto10.org/-/pdsummerschool2006
FEE: £100 for 10 days workshop
BOOKING: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with a single paragraph expression
of interest that includes your artistic background and interest in the
course. Questions by telephone can be directed to +44 (0) 208 525 4339.
VENUE: SPACE Media Arts 129-131 Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 3RH,
phone: +44 (0) 208 525 4330 (Bus: 254, 253 and 106 from Bethnal Green,
55 from Old Street - Tube: Bethnal Green - Train: Hackney Central
Silverlink). SPACE Media Arts is wheelchair accessible. If you have
specific access requirements, please contact us in advance.
///The Pure Data Summer School 2006 is brought to you by Goto10
(http://www.goto10.org) and friends. Teachers: Frank Barknecht, Antonios
Galanopoulos, Andy Farnell, Chun Lee, Aymeric Mansoux and Tom Schouten.///
///The project is supported by Arts Council England
(http://www.artscouncil.org.uk), SPACE Media Arts
(http://www.spacemedia.org.uk) and the The Digital Research Unit,
University of Huddersfield (http://www.coedd.co.uk).///