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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.
Computer Scientists: Jenny Orr, Rob Bryant, Richard Weiss
Kathie Yerion, Gonzaga University
Dependencies / Prerequisites
Module Versions and Dependencies
Upcoming CCSC-NW Workshop
Workshop Title: Workshop on Algorithmic Art
When: Saturday 10:30am-noon, October 10, 2009
Where: Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington