Processing Community Day (PCD) is an inclusive community conference for
anyone interested in creative coding whether you are an artist,
designer, programmer, student, or teacher. The event celebrates and
furthers generative art and creative computation. Processing aims
to make creative coding a skill easily accessible and available,
especially to communities who lack access to such resources.
PCD provides a platform for people to learn and grow together and
to connect with each other, bridging gaps across not just technology
but also across many diverse communities.
What is Processing? Processing is a free, open-source software platform for learning how to code
using visual art. It was created by Casey Reas and Ben Fry in 2001. It
includes a web implementation called p5.js, a Python based implementation Processing.py,
Processing for Android, and Processing for RaspberryPi. Processing and its other implementations
are maintained by The Processing Foundation and are used by a global community of
artists, designers, educators, and programmers.
Why Join Us
Interact with new media artists who use code to build their artworks
Learn their journeys in the field, and things to keep in mind as a beginner
Discover the best tools and practices in the field directly from the experts
Meet other budding creative coders
Grow your network, and find opportinities to collaborate on projects
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