[linux-audio-announce] Pure Data Spring School 2007 - GOTO10 at CCA (Glasgow, UK)
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Pure Data Spring School 2007
With Frank Barknecht and Chun Lee
MAY 14th-25th 2007 - BOOK NOW!
GOTO10 at CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS (CCA), GLASGOW
A two weeks boot camp dedicated to free software tools for audio-visual
art and performance.
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.
Participants will discover real time sound design, audiovisual
techniques, physical modelling and pure:dyne, a specialised version of
Linux operating system for live audio-visual work. All software used is
available for free, if you bring your own computer you can have copies
installed on it. A number of pre-installed computers will also be
available for use in the workshop.
The software is available for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows operating
systems. Support on installing and using the software for Linux and OSX
users will be available, but please note we cannot provide support for
Windows users in this workshop.
The Pure Data Spring School 2007 is brought to you by GOTO10, CCA and
OpenLab Glasgow. The tutors are Frank Barknecht, and Chun Lee, two
experienced artists who work closely with Pure Data in live performance
projects and who have also contributed to the development of the
The project is supported by Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, the
Goethe Institute, Glasgow School of Art, and the Electron Club.
more info: http://goto10.org/-/pdspringschool2007.html
DATE: MAY 14th-25th 2007, Monday - Friday, 10:30am - 4:30pm
FEE: standard rate is £100 for 10 days workshop, institutional and
business rate is £150 for 10 days workshop
VENUE: The Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), 350 Sauchiehall Street,
Glasgow G2 3JD. The CCA is wheelchair accessible. If you have specific
access requirements, please contact us in advance, +44 (0) 141 352 4900.
FOOD&DRINKS: Free tea + coffee, bring a lunch.
HARDWARE: A limited number of computers will be available, if you
can bring your own laptop or computer we can install the software on it.
Please let us know if you will be bringing your own computer or require
one from us.
BOOKING: Please email pdschool at electronclub.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) 141 352 4900.
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