Algorithmic Art

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Overview

Algorithmic Art sits at the intersection of mathematics, programming, algorithms, and art. We present here a set of modules whose primary goal is to teach computational thinking to arts-inclined general education students in the context of algorithmic art.

Currently Available Modules

The following use the Processing Environment:

Relationship to NWDCSD Goals

Algorithmic Art is intended as an inter-disciplinary course that brings computational thinking to non-computer science students.

Developers

Computer Scientists: Jenny Orr, Rob Bryant, Richard Weiss

Subscribed Users

Kathie Yerion, Gonzaga University

Potential Users

Assessment

Instructor and Student Surveys can be viewed on this page that includes the live survey links.

Dependencies / Prerequisites

Module Versions and Dependencies

Status

Description

Resources

Upcoming CCSC-NW Workshop

Workshop Title: Workshop on Algorithmic Art

Conference: Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges - Northwestern Region Conference

When: Saturday 10:30am-noon, October 10, 2009

Where: Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington

Click here for details.

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