Intro To Arduino For Artists!

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Intro To Arduino For Artists!
More Less
Intro To Arduino For Artists! says
Learn creative coding, circuit construction, and how to integrate sensors and actuators with the Arduino. Whether you are interested in robotics, sound, light art, or just plain old tinkering, these workshops are a great place to develop your artistic ideas. Register for one workshop or all three!

Passive components will be provided. Arduino microcontrollers will be provided for use during the workshop.

Intro to Arduino for Artists
Thursday March 3, 7pm-10pm
Learn the basics of working with the Arduino microcontroller board and the Arduino IDE software environment. You will learn how to hook up basic sensors and actuators to the Arduino and will learn to write code to control them. You will also have an opportunity to talk about your ideas and learn how to put them into action using Arduino.

Arduino Sensors Playground
Thursday March 10, 7pm-10pm
Build on your skills by playing with a variety of interesting and increasingly complex sensors. You will work with motion sensors, proximity sensors, colour sensors, temperature sensors, accelerometers, and more. You will learn how to read and manipulate this data using fancier code that you will write yourself!

Arduino Expanded
Thursday March 17, 7pm-10pm
Use additional ICs and components required to drive motors, arrays of lights, or to extend the number of inputs/outputs on an Arduino board. This workshop is all about building additional circuitry to extend the functionality of Arduino.

Fee for Single Workshop: $45 with Annual Studio/Workshop Pass Discount/$60 Regular Price

Fee for Series: $135 with Annual Studio/Workshop Pass Discount/$180 Regular Price

Material Fee: $5 per workshop/$15 for series


What to Bring: A laptop (Mac, PC, or Linux). Feel free to bring your own Arduino.

What to Install in Advance: Arduino IDE

About the Instructor: Gerald Grison is a new media artist whose practice incorporates sound, kinetics and optics. Finding inspiration from discarded electronics, his work focuses on the issues of technology and obsolescence. He graduated from the OCADU's Integrated Media program and has since taught introductory classes and workshops in electronics and physical computing at OCADU and at the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto.
More Less

By: InterAccess

1 person listening