p5.js Contributor's Conference (2019)
An interdisciplinary group of 35 participants gathered at the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, advancing the code, documentation, and community outreach tools and exploring the current landscape of the p5.js programming environment. Comprising a diverse range of participants within the fields of creative technology, interaction design, and new media arts, the conference was aimed at fostering dialogue through a multidisciplinary lens. Working groups focused on several topic areas: Access; Music and Code in Performance; Landscape of Creative Tech; and Internationalization.
American Artist, Omayeli Arenyeka, Sina Bahram, Aatish Bhatia, Natalie Braginsky, Jon Chambers, Luca Damasco, Aren Davey, Ted Davis, Carlos Garcia, Stalgia Grigg, Kate Hollenbach, shawné michaelain holloway, Claire Kearney-Volpe, Sona Lee, Kenneth Lim, Evelyn Masso, Lauren McCarthy, LaJuné McMillian, Allison Parrish, Luisa Pereira, Guillermo Montecinos, Aarón Montoya-Moraga, Luis Morales-Navarro, Shefali Nayak, Everest Pipkin, Olivia Ross, Dorothy R. Santos, Yasheng She, Jun Shern Chan, Cassie Tarakajian, Lauren Valley, Xin Xin, Alex Yixuan Xu, Qianqian Ye
Our contributor conference took place at the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University, an academic laboratory for atypical, anti-disciplinary, and inter-institutional research at the intersections of arts, science, technology, and culture.
This event was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts,
and generous support from the Processing Foundation, Mozilla Foundation, Clinic for Open Source Arts (COSA) at the University of Denver, NYU Tandon IDM, NYU ITP, FHNW Academy of Art and Design, DePaul University College of Computing and Digital Media, and Parsons School of Art, Media, and Technology at the New School.