Announcing Processing Community Day NYC’s OPEN CALL For Presenters, Workshop Leaders and Facilitators
Event Date: Saturday February 9, 10am – 5pm
Location: Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, The New School, New York
Deadline for submissions: Friday December 14, 11:59pm
Processing Community Day NYC announces its Open Call for Processing Community Day NYC! #PCDNYC is a day to celebrate art, code, and diversity. It is a community conference consisting of activists, artists, designers, teachers, programmers and students. We are announcing an Open Call for speakers, workshops and facilitated conversations. The deadline for submissions is December 14.
Processing Community Day NYC 2019 will be held February 9, 2019 at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, The New School, New York. Additional information on the call and the event can be found at www.processing.nyc.
We are interested in reintegrating computer literacy and coding practices in all aspects and levels of education. We believe in the power of digital creative tools and the importance of open source community. We are gathering in real life in order to bolster community relationships and with the hope of attracting new members to the Processing community. We are particularly interested in reaching out both to individuals who are new to or have never programmed before as well as longtime fans of Processing.
Technology can at times be faceless and intimidating. We plan to meet and interact IRL to show the people behind the usernames / laptops /screens and the processes behind creative code and open source creative communities. With the advance of the p5.js framework – we are interested in talking about networked technologies in creative or interdisciplinary contexts. From primary school through post-secondary education and beyond we are all students and we are all teachers.