Collaborative Digital Project Meet-Up & Digital Play 13 & 14-06-16
Collaborative Digital Project all day Meet-Up & Digital Play
Drop-in anytime on Monday 13 June between 1:30 to 4pm and on Tuesday 10am to 4pm.
Where: Chelsea CCW Digital Projects Space A216.
Following on from this weeks productive Wednesday's meeting, we will be beginning experimentation with sensors next week!
On Monday afternoon and all day on Tuesday we will be trying to get technologies to talk to each other in A216. It will be messy, and things will break, but by the end we will have a better idea of what we're working with.
So come along and play with:
- Touch - Temperature - Sound - Light - Video - Networks - Motors - Infra red - And more!
You don't need to know what you're doing, just have a willingness to experiment and not be afraid of failure!
Sessions led by Daniel Bandfield (Chelsea FAYr2)
Digital Maker Collective
Digital Maker Collective is an open group of arts staff, students, alumni, arts sector & arts/tech industries who explore and critique digital making, emergent digital practice, collaboration and the sharing economy through regular interdisciplinary interest led group meet-ups, gatherings, activities and events.
The Digital Maker Collective values:
- Support and share unique perspectives of digital making & emergent practice in the arts (openness)
- Foster a co-produced, participatory approach to exploring digital arts learning and social engagement (trust & generosity)
- New perspectives & research on the impacts of digital on the the art school, sector & industries e.g. explore enquiry led interdisciplinary art school curriculum (Risk)
The collective is not a service: its a voluntary community who come together via informal meet-ups, workshops & events to learn and share from each other
Safe/Fail experiments only: not suitable for meeting course deadlines, submissions & assessments
Contribute: Give something back to the community in some way share resources, tips, help others etc.
Stay connected: We want to be an open network Alumni, sector & the tech industry
Patience/persistence: Being part of the group requires some commitment
We will be posting updates every week/month on http://process.arts.ac.uk/ and be launching the 'Digital Maker Collective' online soon.
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