We work with universities, art centres and educational organisations to develop educational programmes that foster a critical & creative exploration of technology. Artists, engineers, designers, researchers, makers and curious minds are invited to learn, share and create together.
We encourage a collaborative learning environment where participants can develop their skills through peer learning, demos and hands-on projects.
Participants engage in collective research and discussions around real-world issues to take a critical look at technology and its impacts on society.
We constantly improve our contents based on the feedback of our learning community. The materials are shared open-source for anyone to use or contribute to.
Learn the fundamentals of programming for art & generative design.
Discover the creative potential of AI for critical & artistic projects
Explore how to create sounds from live data & signals of nature
Tailored formats exploring themes related to technology, nature & society
We love exploring new horizons and collaborating with new people to design original formats, whether on-site or online.
We can participate at different levels, from running a workshop or professional training course to developing and supporting educational and cultural programmes that require the coordination of multi-disciplinary teams.
Themes may relate to renewable energy, low-tech, artificial intelligence, permaculture, the free internet, the peer-to-peer economy, or any critical and creative practice at the intersection of art, science and technology.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like to develop a new syllabus or a learning experience tailored to your public.
— Machine Learning for artists, workshop for the Stereolux’ Arts & Technologies Lab, Nantes, France
— Generating Images with Machine Learning, online course for index.space, a US-based community of creative professionals
— Creative Coding with p5.js, MOOC for an online learning platform distributed to various design schools in France. Full syllabus, lecture videos and coding exercises
— The secret language of plants, workshop programmed as part of Circuito Summer School, an educational program by Circuito – Braga Media Art at gnration, Braga, Portugal
— Introduction to VJing and AV art with Resolume, workshop organised by Museu Zer0 for master students of the University of Algarve at the Convento do Espírito Santo, Loulé, Portugal
— Web Development, bootcamp at Le Wagon, Lisbon, Portugal
— Low Tech Soft Robotics, workshop for the Institut Mines-Telecom in Nantes, France
— Creative Coding with p5.js, workshop for Circuito – Braga Media Art at gnration, Braga, Portugal
— Web Development, bootcamp at Simplon, Marseille, France
— Creative Web Development, online courses for DigiActivity, an online school for creative technologies