Art + Technology Meetup No. 9

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Are you interested in new media art and technology? Do you want to transform your craft and shape the future of art? Join our community!

OK! TRANSMIT brings the creative community together every month for TALKS, SHOPS, SHOWS and MEETS!

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OK! Transmit Meetup No.9 !

Monday, May 20th is a SHOP (workshop).

Do you have a project you're working on, or have completed recently, and that involves art + technology? We invite you to bring your project, and lead a mini-workshop on how you created, or contributed to this work.

Want to participate? Here are the steps:

1. Bring your project to the Meetup. If it's portable you may bring it with you; if you cannot bring it, then show slides (either online or via USB drive) on our projector.

2. Either email us ahead of time of your interest; or on the day of the Meetup, write your name on the sign-up form. We can accommodate roughly four < 30min workshops.

2. During your workshop time: Break down and discuss the process you underwent to create this work. Describe, or show, what was needed to design and then construct the work. Demonstrate so others can follow, and learn!

NOTES:

- Please plan on taking about ~25 minutes to SHOP (workshop) your project. based on time, and the number of participants we may adjust the time for each mini-SHOP.

- We can accommodate around 4 mini-workshops total if they are under 30 min each.

- Since we're still a small(ish) group we aren't being to formal. We'll have a sign-up form at the Meetup, and the first 4 to sign-up for participating will be our bill for the evening.

- We need both an audience and participants. Don't feel like you need to bring something to "SHOP"! Join us for the conversation; your presence is enough!

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Light refreshments will be served.

Be sure to RSVP!

Can't wait to see you there!

~OKTM

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OK! Transmit seeks to build a diverse and collaborative community focused on cross-disciplinary art and technology practices.

Topics and interests include: Creative Coding; Algorithmic & Generative Art; Machine Learning; Bio Art; Robotic & Kinetic Art; Interactive Media Installations; Experimental Light & Sound; Experimental Music & Sound; Film & Animation; AR/VR & Game Art; as well as Traditional Crafts Transformed.

This meetup is supported by a grant from the Saint Petersburg Arts Alliance, and by Duncan McClellan Gallery (DMG).

https://dmglass.com/