Creating Geometric and Generative Art with Code: An Introduction to Processing Software

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This course, “Creating Geometric and Generative Art with Code: An Introduction to Processing Software” is designed to provide the necessary instructional materials and activities to enable students, through the use of Processing software to produce two-dimensional artistic images, to: (1) gain a strong understanding of some examples of two-dimensional geometric artworks and the artists/cultures who produced them, (2) improve their knowledge of art concepts/principles and apply them in their own unique artworks, (3) apply mathematical concepts/processes in the creation of artistic works, and (4) gain abilities in the writing of computer code and applying programming principles. The following is a list of the lessons contained in this course. Lesson 0: Orientation Lesson 1: Points Lesson 2: Lines Lesson 3: Triangles Lesson 4: Squares Lesson 5: Rectangles Lesson 6: Other Polygons Lesson 7: Circles Lesson 8: Final Project Additional material and activities will be presented in the "Extra Topics" section of the course and will be referred to through the main course lessons as appropriate.

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This course, “Creating Geometric and Generative Art with Code: An Introduction to Processing Software” is designed to provide the necessary instructional materials and activities to enable students, through the use of Processing software to produce two-dimensional artistic images, to: (1) gain a strong understanding of some examples of two-dimensional geometric artworks and the artists/cultures who produced them, (2) improve their knowledge of art concepts/principles and apply them in their own unique artworks, (3) apply mathematical concepts/processes in the creation of artistic works, and (4) gain abilities in the writing of computer code and applying programming principles. The following is a list of the lessons contained in this course. Lesson 0: Orientation Lesson 1: Points Lesson 2: Lines Lesson 3: Triangles Lesson 4: Squares Lesson 5: Rectangles Lesson 6: Other Polygons Lesson 7: Circles Lesson 8: Final Project Additional material and activities will be presented in the "Extra Topics" section of the course and will be referred to through the main course lessons as appropriate.