(if you saw this before, don’t worry — I’ve revived it to the front page to encourage more people to come out!)
Us Resistors love electronics and we love music. Often, we find ways to make music using electronics. That’s why we’re really happy to be hosting several workshops with the 2010 International Computer Music Conference that’s here in the New York City area in early June.
Unlike normal Resistor classes, you’ll need to go the Workshops page on the ICMC site to register. Here’s a list of what’s being offered at our space.
- Sunday, May 30th | 4:30pm-7:30pm | Creativity in the Computer Music Curriculum
- Sunday, June 6th | 12pm – 8pm | SuperCollider + Processing (Part 1)
- Monday, June 7th | 9:30am-1:30pm | SuperCollider + Processing (Part 2)
They’re going to be a lot of fun, and they should attract participants from all over the computer music world.