JEROME E. MARTINEZ, INSTRUCTOR
Generative Collage and Glitch Art // Workshop
sunDAYS 2PM — 5PM
from February 4
to February 25
4 class sessions
+ student exhibit
east side collective
2400 E. Cesar Chavez #302
Austin, Texas 78702
WHY ARTISTS ARE LEARNING TO CODE
Like acrylics, words, and musical notes—coding is a medium for visual artists. It infuses new life into classic creative pursuits like photography, design, and motion graphics.
This workshop will introduce you to generative art and Processing by using code to remix and "glitch" existing imagery.
This workshop is geared toward visual artists—photographers, painters, video artists, graphic designers who are seeking new tools for image manipulation. Altering existing images with code jumpstarts those new to Processing into creating aesthetically pleasing results within a couple of hours! You will still grasp the fundamentals of Processing, but the focus of the workshop will be on getting you creating gorgeous generative art.
You will create generative movie loops, digital stills, fabric patterns, or archival prints from your work.
WHO THIS CLASS IS PERFECT FOR
This class is for painters, illustrators, photographers, graphic designers, fabric designers, collage artists—anyone who wants to explore image making with code
No prior knowledge of programming is necessary, but familiarity with HTML/CSS is helpful. This course involves programming using the Processing environment, so you will need a laptop you can download and install software on.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Key concepts you will learn in this class include:
Introduction to the fundamentals of the Processing language — variables, loops, primitive shapes, etc.
Use creative coding to manipulating existing images
Modify existing Processing code sketches to create new visual effects
Learn about a variety of outputs for you images — prints, fabrics, video loops, and beyond
Artists Working in this Medium
"Jerome brings his great enthusiasm for code and art to the classroom!"
— DADAGEEK STUDENT
Jerome Martinez is a software and mobile engineer who enjoys creating code-based art. He earned a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Linguistics from UT Austin.
Jerome has presented his generative work in p5.js and Processing at OpenHack Austin and at Processing Austin. He aspires to have as much energy as Daniel Shiffman one day!