PIKSEL10 ::Call – Open Workshops

* PIKSEL10 workshop series
* Free and Open Creative Technology workshops

In connection with the PIKSEL10 festival we are offering in total 7 hardware and software workshops. All the workshops are free to attend, but for the
hardware workshops we need to charge material costs.

To sign up or get more information, please contact us on piksel10 [AT] piksel.no or register directly at:


**Building Arduino Synthesizers – Gijs Gieskes (NL)**
*Thursday 18.11 11-16 @PikselHut*
Build your own Arduino synthesizers from component kits, and (if there is time) learn how to make their own scripts for them.
Material cost: NOK 100,-
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Gieskes2

**NoiZe bouyZ: Workshop and Guerilla Installation in Bergen – Jenny Pickett
(UK), Julien Ottavi (FR)**
*Thursday 18.11 11-16 @ KNIPSU*
In this workshop the participants will produce EM NoiZe bouyZ as sculptual EM amplifying objects to be chained to various sonically interesting areas in the city center. The NoiZe bouyZ acts as a markers in the city, via which walkers or passers by may navigate/derive into an alternate veiw of Bergen
Material cost: NOK 100,-
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Pickett

**HACK YOUR RADIO IN 30 MINUTES – Julien Ottavi (FR)**
*Friday 19.11 11-16 @PikselHut*
Learn to hack cheap radios (on the am frequency) to make a new crazy light / touch / radio feedback sound generator.
Material cost: NOK 100,-
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Ottavi2

**Psychedelic D.i.Y. Toilet Roll Goggles – Ryan Jordan (UK)**
*Saturday 20.11 11-16 @ PikselHut*
D.i.Y hardware hacking and stroboscopic light. The workshop will focus on building simple hardware synths from 555 timer circuits and CMOS4093 chips. These electronic noise machines can also control lights and the workshop will focus specifically on stroboscopic light.
Material costs: NOK 100,-
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Jordan2

**Mouse and keyboard hacking – Wolfgang Spahn (AT)**
*Sunday 21.11 11-16 @ KNIPSU*
Learn how to use hacked keyboards and mice for creating your own interactive installation.
Material cost: NOK 100,-
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Spahn


**Functional live coding workshop – Alex McLean (UK), Dave Griffiths (UK) **
*Friday 19.11 11-16 @ KNIPSU*
Live coding using Schemebricks and Tidal.
The workshop is aimed at those without programming experience, or programmers with some experience with functional programming languages
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#McLean2.

**Spectral Analysis and Processing in Pure Data – Alexandre Torres Porres (AR)**
*Saturday 20.11 11-13 @ StudioUSF*

The objective of this workshop is to cover the basics of Puredata and introduce to Spectral Analysis and Processing. Participants will be provided with a good didactic material, and will learn how to use the Phase Vocoder Abstractions provided by the author, as well as other examples from the othertopics.
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2573/#Porres


**exquisite_code – Brendan Howell (DE), Jonathan Kemp (UK)
*Saturday 20.11 11-19 @ KNIPSU*
Participatory algorithmic text production and performance.
more info: http://www.piksel.no/p10/schedule-2?page_id=2480/#Howell

more info and complete program:

Piksel10 is supported by The Norwegian Art Council, Bergen Municipality, Hordaland County Council, PNEK, OCA, UD – Music from the south, BEK, Bergen Kunsthall/Landmark, The Norwegian embassy in Belgium and the Austrian embassy in Norway.

Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with free and open technologies in artistic practice.
Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas,
coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free technologies & art.

Piksel10 – 18-21 nov. 2010

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