Processing Community Day event at UIC on February 2!

Details from the organizers:
Are you creative? Do you want to program computers, but don’t know how
to begin? Join us for the first Processing Community Day in Chicago, held
at UIC on Saturday, February 2, 2019.

This will be a full day of hands-on workshops and talks designed to get
you started, using Processing and P5.js. It is part of a diverse, global
community, with many cities and regions planning a PCD in early 2019.

Processing is a platform that uses the context of visual art and imagery
to make learning to code open and accessible to anyone and everyone.
In hosting PCD @ Chicago, our goal is to create a welcoming, inspiring
space for those new to coding, as well as a place for artists, designers,
researchers, and makers within our local communities to come together
to connect and share their experiences.

All ages and skill levels are welcome. No prior coding experience
is necessary!

Processing Community Day @Chicago is hosted by the UIC University Library and organized by educators from University of Illinois at Chicago, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and DePaul University.

The Richard J. Daley Library is wheelchair accessible. Please email us at if you need further accommodation.

The event is free and open to the public. Info and registration can be found here: