Our workshops and educational projects create an active experience of learning, critical thinking and creativity at the intersection of art, science and technology. We invite artists, engineers, designers, makers, or any curious minds to collaborate, learn and experiment with creative technologies.
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 work with universities, e-learning platforms and art centers to develop cultural & educational programs that foster a critical-creative exploration of technology.
We love exploring new horizons and collaborating with new people to design original formats, either on-site or online. Our courses can be tailored around themes related to renewable energies, low-tech, permaculture, inclusivity & algorithmic bias, open internet, peer to peer economy…
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