PCD’21 — Processing Community Day

O Processing Community Day (PCD) tem como objetivo promover a comunidade e estimular o interesse dos praticantes e interessados na criação visual através da programação (com Processing, P5.js, Arduino, ou outra).

The Processing Community Day 2021 (PCD21) is a free and open-participation event. We welcome all members of the local and international community to join us. It aims to promote Creative Computation and Computational Thinking in the Arts and Design.

The PCD21 will take place on Thursday, February 11th, 2021 online. It’s being organized by the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto, within the scope of the Communication Design and the Visual Arts degrees (namely in the LSI and the AMI courses). But, above all, it is an event designed for the entire community.

The program features a keynote conference of Karsten Schmidt, an online exhibition (resulting from the call for works), and a set of four beginner and intermediate-level warm-up workshops to be held online, on different creative coding topics.

Participation in all activities is free, but the registration is required.

Organized with the support of the Art, Design, and Society Research Institute (i2ADS) as part of the overall initiative of the Processing Foundation.

Due to the current social and health constraints, the event will be held exclusively online.

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Other editions took place in 2019 and 2020:
PCD@Coimbra, 2020
PCD@Porto, 2020
PCD@Lisbon, 2019
PCD@Porto, 2019