MAY 8-9, 2014
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS
LOS ANGELES
MAY 8-9, 2014
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS
LOS ANGELES

Thursday, May 8, 2014

12:00 pm–7:15 pm

MÖBIUS, The Forest of Extinction, Our Population Confessional, Convergence, Gemini Heart, Chromosapien_1.1, Sound Visualization, Touchpoint: Multiplayer Installation, Audiovisual Ouroboros

Types of Type, The Wild: Experimental Cartography, The Ghost of Le Corbu, Stairway to…, Trimpin Piano, Cymbalic, New Technologies in Rowing

The Beginning, Peregrine Arrival, Sunday Creatures, Aventurera, loop series, Anyone There?, Singing Garden, Harmonic Tangents, Fabric, Untitled, boingsing, Cuteness, Synapse, MIDI Paint, Geodesic!, Open String + Flexichord, Bleep Blob Band, Avoider; Diagonals, Quaternion Labs, Dodosae in Silence

Brain Stethoscope (Chris Chafe), Untitled project by Mick Grierson, Qi-Visualizer, Wave 1.1, Cultivating Frequencies, Light Temple Phase II, Pollock: Phase I, Robotic Marimba

Toys, Sergin OSC, COS-1, Possessing Nothing/Disguised as Monsters, Aqua Harp

Institute of Memory, Particle Soundscape, Solar, Binary Sines, Blood Arena 3D, Sonic Vivarium, Audio Reactivity, A Streetcar Named Desire, Virtual Synesthesia, Mr. Penguin, Karma Bounce

11 points installation

1:00pm–2:00pm

Performance: Influential Body: Series

4:00pm

Casey Reas, Professor at UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts (inventor of Processing)

5:00pm

Ge Wang, Assistant Professor at Stanford University and CCRMA (inventor of ChucK)

 

6:00 pm–12:00 am

Graphic Design Showcase

 

6:00 pm

7:00pm-9:00pm

Untitled Musical Balcony Toy

 

 

8:00pm-9:00pm: Evening Showcase

Performances: Following, Spaceman Band Performance, HX-LY, MIA, i, PARALLEL, Lanzon: Echoes

 

8:00pm–11:00pm


2014 Motion Show, Heads Up! It’s Only Graphic Design, A Single Man Title Sequence, Mark Kulakoff Workshop, Alphabet 

9:30pm-1:00am


Daedelus (DJset), John Tejada, Sayh Uhns

omega, Untitled, Projection mapped DJ setup, Vocoder Chair, Body Masters, Open Studio x Digital Arts EXPO

Reception

Afterparty

Symposium for Computer Science in Arts Education

Schedule: Friday, May 9, 2014


8:30am-9:30am

Breakfast
Introduction to the Symposium
Opening composition: Never Having Written a Note for Robot Percussion

Talks will be 15 minutes with 5 minutes of questions and answers.

9:00am–12:00pm

 


Shawn Greenlee, Composer & Sound Artist at RISD
Tae Hong Park, Associate Professor of Music Technology & Composition at NYU
Lauren McCarthy, Artist, Designer, & Programmer at RISD and NYU

Douglas Repetto, Assistant Professor at Columbia University
Curtis Bahn, Associate Professor, Music Composition/Interactive Performance at RPI
Dan Truman, Professor of Music at Princeton

 Mathew Wright, Researcher, Lecturer, Research Director, Principal Dev. Engineer at UCSB
Chris Chafe, Director of CCRMA at Stanford University
Rebecca Fiebrink, Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London

1:30pm–2:30pm

 


Mick Grierson, Director of Creative Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London
Daniel O Sullivan, Chair of Interactive Telecommunications at NYU
Trimpin, Kinetic Sculptor, Sound Artist, Musician

2:30pm–3:00pm

Ajay Kapur, Associate Dean of Digital Arts and Director of MTIID at CalArts, and Perry Cook, Emeritus Professor of CS (also Music) at Princeton, visiting Lecturer/Artist, CalArts.

3:00pm–3:30pm 

Machine Lab: Lord Cheez-it and Polybot

3:30pm–5:00pm: Panel Discussions

LEAD: Ge Wang, Assistant Professor at Stanford University and CCRMA,
Spencer Salazar, Doctoral Student at Stanford CCRMA
Mathew Wright, Researcher, Lecturer, Research Director, Principal Dev. Engineer at UCSB
Dan Truman, Professor of Music at Princeton

LEAD: Casey Reas, Professor at UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts
Lauren McCarthy, Artist, Designer, & Programmer at RISD and NYU
Daniel O Sullivan, Chair of Interactive Telecommunications at NYU

LEAD: Ajay Kapur, Associate Dean of Digital Arts and Director of MTIID at CalArts
Perry Cook, Emeritus Professor at Princeton
Mick Grierson, Director of Creative Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London

5:00pm–5:30pm: Round Table Discussion


Topics to be discussed in your presentations on Computer Science for Arts Education can include any of the following topics:

 ·                Curriculum Design
·                Assignment Design
·                Assessment
·                Gender and Minorities
·                Retention
·                Student Projects
·                Program Design
·                Art/Music/Engineering Integration on Campus
·                Festivals/Concerts/Events/Exhibitions