Some (slightly dodgy) pics (from my rubbish camera) from the soft-circuit synth workshop on the 30th March. The workshop was held aboard the the awesome MS Stubnitz as part of the Music Hackspace Hackship event, a one day festival of musical hacking and contemporary sonic arts.
Join us for a session of Ten Minute Tutorials on Wednesday 15th May, 7-9pm at the Centre for Creative Collaboration. Featuring an intro to the programming environment and language SuperCollider for real-time audio synthesis; Git and Github to manage open source projects; and coding visuals in Processing. More
Back by seriously popular demand… This workshop will show you how to programme a real-time graphical visualisation using live Twitter data. You will create your visualization using Processing. Processing is an open source programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) built for the electronic arts and … More
Last month we took a range of our favourite MzTEK projects up to a TeenTech event in Uttoxeter Racecourse, for a day of exciting exhibitions and workshops for school kids.
TeenTech runs lively one-day events to help young teenagers see the wide range of career possibilities in Science, Engineering and Technology.
Listen to the podcast of the event here…
To mark the 95th Anniversary of The Representation of the People Act, which first allowed women to vote, Norwich Arts Centre has commissioned MzTEK to exhibit a selection of artefacts and photographs illustrating our work over the last 4 years.
Artefacts will include projects devised and developed through MzTEK workshops, the Hacked Human Orchestra wearable instruments, e-textiles, hardware, and the a selection of the amazing teapots from our Chi-TEK showcase of technologically modified teapots.
We’re excited to have been interviewed about our involvement with the ODI Data-Driven Art commission, by our friends at BBC Radio5 Outriders! Sophie McDonald talks to Jamillah Knowles on Outriders 13 Nov 2012 Mixed Treats.
Outriders is BBC Radio 5 live’s programme dedicated to exploring the frontiers of the web. It is broadcast on Tuesdays at 0300 in Up All Night.