Nov 3, 2022, 5:30 pm6:30 pm
StudioLab. Fine Hall, Room B08


Event Description

Generative art is a form of algorithmic art created by rules and randomness, commonly made with code! If you like art and/or science, infinity and/or impermanence, or the generative bees on this poster, then this event is for you. There will be: I. A talk and Q/A on what generative art is and famous generative art techniques and works. II. A hands-on introduction to coding generative art in p5.js (no coding experience required!). III. An introduction to physical generative art in StudioLab, featuring the pen plotter, embroidery machine, and laser cutter.

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About RadLab

RadLab is a low-key workshop series for sharing totally rad projects, ideas, and experiences. Since our launch in 2020, we've hosted over thirty student presentations covering topics like fringe art movements, sneaker manufacturing, interactive fiction, creative coding, amateur astronomy, combat robots, and much much more.

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