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November 4, 2022 @1PM Eastern


If you're planning your next semester and want to integrate creative coding projects into your classroom, join artist and educator Kathy Wu on Friday, November 4 at 1PM Eastern for a workshop on teaching with RiTa.js, a free/open-source library for writing in programmable media. RiTa "provides functions for simple language processing and generation tasks without the overhead or complexity of a full NLP stack." RiTa runs in a variety of environments, and Kathy's work focuses specifically on running it in p5.js for creating creative, generative work. This workshop is specifically aimed at arts and humanities educators, but artists, programmers, and teachers of all skill levels are welcome.

If, Then: Technology and Poetics is a working group and workshop series that meets monthly over Zoom. In this space, we bring together writers, coders, and scholars investigating the relationships between humans and machines and the works of art, literature, and visual knowledge they produce together. Our group is interdisciplinary and interinstitutional, consisting of faculty, staff, and graduate students from departments ranging from English to Architecture to Computer Science, alongside independent scholars, poets, and creative practitioners and technologists.

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