The Hackforge Software Guild is getting together more often! Going forward, we’ll be gathering every Wednesday evening in the Hackforge space. Every second week will continue as previously: you’ll pair up with a partner and solve a programming puzzle in various ways, improving your skills and workflow as a programmer. On the opposite weeks, however, we’re introducing Social Coding Night: bring your laptop, hang out with the Hackforge Software Guild and work on whatever programming project you’d like!
Lead by Hackforger Paul Anderson, learn how to build a persistence of vision kit which turns a bicycle wheel into a custom display. The assembled kits will light up the w.a.v.e.s on September 26th and 27th as the bikes ride around the festival.
Beginners welcome. Come to learn more about: electronics, LEDs, persistence of vision technology. Find out more about the workshop here.
Cultivamos Cultura, Portugal 2014, a BioArt residency & technology as an artist’s aid. This talk on Thursday, September 18th, will highlight Chelsea Greenwell’s recent BioArt camp and residency in Portugal, including her utilization of technology as an aid to her art practice; the interdisciplinary melding of Sculpture, BioArt, and Technology in her current body of work.
Chelsea Greenwell is currently finishing a double major in Visual Arts & English. As an aspiring BioArtist, her research explores the natural world through a digital platform, questioning humanities relationship with nature through themes of manipulation and homage. Her current research is 3D printing and digital rendering as a BioArt medium, offering a unique juxtaposition. Chelsea’s work has been shown in BioArt: Contemporary Art and the Life Sciences, a collaborative show at the !dea Gallery in the Ontario Science Centre; as well as a collaboration piece, Occam’s Razor, a group exhibition at the Toronto Science Centre. She has a piece in an upcoming exhibition in Portugal, as well as a collaborative piece with fellow Windsor based media artist, Nicolas de Cosson, in the W.A.V.E.S festival, September 2014.
Nerd Level: Novices welcome. Free and open to the public.
Come to learn more about: BioArt, Portugal, artist residency, 3D printing, art and technology.
This Tech Talk takes place on Thursday, September 18th at 6PM.
Hackforge is busy preparing for the upcoming w.a.v.e.s festival! As part of our participation at the festival, we are marrying art and technology with persistence of vision technology. Check out the amazing work by Hackforgers Paul and Kevin. Stay tuned for more as we get closer to the festival.
Be sure to join us on September 26th and 27th at the Sculpture Garden for w.a.v.e.s!
This Friday, August 22nd, Hackforge is heading to Devonshire Mall to demonstrate the power of 3D printing in anticipation for the upcoming W.A.V.E.S Festival. From 5-8PM, join us for the Back to School Craft Night at the main concourse of the mall, in front of The Bay.
This is a free family friendly event and part of Devonshire Mall Fun Fridays series. Hackforge will be joined by other local organizations like the Art Council of Windsor & Region and the City of Windsor.
Stop by our booth to see our MakerBot 3D printer in action, bringing to life various objects. Learn about how 3D printing is changing the world of engineering, health, technology, and art. Interact with 3D printed objects and meet Hackforge volunteers.
Preview the excitement of the W.A.V.E.S Festival which is coming up on September 26th and 27th. Hackforge will be taking part in the festival which connects communities through waves of art, culture and technology.