Register for free admission by January 30
Update: Registration is now closed.
Processing Community Day NYC is Saturday February 8, 2020 at The New School in New York.
Processing Community Day NYC is an independent all volunteer-organized event in cooperation with the Processing Foundation and hundreds of other locally-organized nodes around the world. Processing Community Day NYC 2020 is supported by the Department of Education Computer Science for All (CS4All). The New School is provided hosting support, with additional funding from Code + Liberal Arts at Eugene Lang.
Talks, Panels and Performances Schedule
Workshops require pre-registration. Please see the workshop schedule.
👍 next to a title indicate events that are especially beginner-friendly.
9am - 9:40am
Check in at The New School, University Center. Pre-registration by January 30 required. Coffee and light breakfast will be served
9:40am - 10:00am
Talks and Panels Session 1
10am - 10:45am
- Humans of AI 👍
- Narratives of Resistance & Resilience: Documenting & Making Sense of the Anti-ELAB protests in Hong Kong 👍
Talks and Panels Session 2
10:45am - 11:30am
- Radical Technoculture for Racial Equity 👍
- Introduction to PICO-8: The joy of working with limitations
Talks and Panels Session 3
11:30am - 12:15am
- Creative Coding for Steam 👍
- Algorithmic art and indigenous communities 👍
- Teaching Code as a Liberal Art 👍
Talks and Panels Session 4
12:15am - 1pm
- Three Elements of My Tears. Update: This talk has been cancelled.
- What Even Is Being Technical? 👍
- Expressive Typography with Processing
1pm - 2pm
Talks and Panels Session 5
2pm - 2:45pm
Talks and Panels Session 6
2:45pm - 3:30pm
Talks and Panels Session 7
3:30pm - 4:15pm
- Queering Our Interfaces: "What if Push-Notifications Expressed Promiscuity?" and other Queer Technologies
- Brain-Computer Interfaces, Open-Source Tools, and The Future Of Augmented Cognition
Talks and Panels Session 8
4:15pm - 5pm
Processing Foundation: P5 Updates
Dan Shiffman, Lauren McCarthy, Saber Khan, and Cassie Tarakajian will share updates on recent and upcoming P5 projects and initiatives.
Open Projector Lighting Talks
5pm - 5:30pm
The Open Projector is a chance for anyone from the community to present their work to a community of peers and new friends. We'll have a sign-up throughout the day on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants will have 5 minutes to talk about a project, propose an idea, or show a demo of work. BYO Laptop optional.
5:30pm - 6pm
All are welcome in any talk or discussion. Workshops require pre-registration. 👍 next to a title indicate events that are especially beginner-friendly.
Thanks to the generous support of the Department of Education, Computer Science For All (CS4ALL), free meals will be provided to all who register for free by January 30.
Processing Community Day NYC is a volunteer-led event. We could use your help. Volunteers can help with organizing, welcoming attendees, assisting in workshops, documentation, and in other ways. Sign up here.
The New School University Center site has multiple floors with an elevator. Talks will be recorded and available to stream online after the event. There will be live text captioning held in the main auditorium talks. If you have any other accessibility needs that we haven’t explicitly addressed, please contact us by January 25.
Code of Conduct
We strive to create a safe and welcoming environment for all attendees. We will be enforcing the Conference Code of Conduct.
Processing Community Day is a volunteer-organized event. PCD NYC organizers are Bomani McClendon, Lee Tusman, Matilda Wysocki, Oriana Medlicott, rebecca (marks) leopold, and Todd Anderson. Additional help from Leandra Tejedor and Jeff Thompson.
Processing Community Day NYC is an independent all volunteer-organized event in cooperation with the Processing Foundation and hundreds of other locally-organized nodes around the world. PCD NYC is supported by the Department of Education Computer Science for All (CS4All). The New School is providing hosting support, with additional funding from Code + Liberal Arts at Eugene Lang. Operational support from Babycastles