Dec 01
313 University Club
432 East Campus Mall
All Day Black Arts + Data Futures

Live Code Workshop

Kindhom, producer/live coder from Minneapolis, and Jacob Witz, DJ, HEXU and Digital Studies student

The Black Arts + Data Futures workshop is presenting a session on "Live Coding" — the use of computer algorithms to create musical sounds in a live performance setting. This fundamentals workshop is geared towards fans of music and code, musicians, DJs, developers and the Madison community in general.ALSO: Join us that evening for a live event/performance, sponsored by the Center for Humanities' HEXU program and Community arts-space.

 For an example of Live-Coding see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1m0aX9Lpts ..

There is limited space in this workshop given the location, so please RSVP to algorave.madison@gmail.com.

11am — Live-Code Workshop: University Club, Room 313. HEXU and BADF, a Borghesi-Mellon Interdisciplinary Humanities Workshop presents: Kindhom, a producer/live coder from Minneapolis, will walk through the basics of the software and performance with HEXU and Digital Studies student Jacob Witz, who is also a local DJ.  

8pm — 'Algo-Rave' @ Community: A night of algorithmic dance music featuring Kindohm (Minneapolis), and Tarek Sabbar along with live-coders from Pittsburgh and Madison. 

Black Arts + Data Futures is part of the Borghesi-Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshops in the Humanities, sponsored by the Center for the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with support from Nancy and David Borghesi and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Contact: Reginold Royston, Assistant Professor, Information School, African Cultural Studies — rroyston@wisc.edu

Borghesi-Mellon Workshops