Next week this year’s edition of the LiWoLi 2010 will again take place at the University of Arts and Industrial Design in Linz. From April 15-17 there will be several talks, discussions and workshops around open source communities and technologies in the context of artistic production and teaching practice. I will also hold a TUIO workshop on Open Tools for Tangible Interaction, there are still a few places left if you are interested in that topic and happen to be around in Linz that time. There are several more workshops held by key developers of Pure Data and Open Frameworks for example, and the rest of the activities around the general practice of open source within artistic communities is also quite promising.
April 9, 2010 at 1:21 pm | digital art | No comment