Randall Museum offers a 9-week course for creative thinkers and tinkers that will demystify electronic processes and microcontrollers. Participants will explore the basics of electronics and Arduino programming to create personal creative projects from the ground up, learning to work with lights, motors, sensors, and programmable controls with an emphasis on creative and artistic exploration. No experience is required.
Instructor Joel Dream is a visionary and new media artist who uses multiple forms of multimedia, robotics, sculpture, and performance to create works that push the boundaries of creative expression. Dream‘s piece Portrait of Resonance and Chaos, which makes use of electronics & computer driven mechanics, is currently on display at the Exploratorium.
This 9-week course takes place
3:00–5:30pm, Saturdays, March 18 – May 13, 2017