FrameGrabber is a simple, browser-based tool that lets the user upload an animation and convert it to a grid of stills.
Gallery of images of the interactive art installation: Illuminate.Artwork by Chelsi Alise Cocking of the Future Sketches group. Photography…
Join the Future Sketches group on Fridays from 12 – 1pm ET for the Lunch Lectures Fall 2023 edition about Computational Typography
Zach Lieberman, head of the Future Sketches research group, has been voted into Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI).
Master’s student Chelsi Cocking combines her love for computer science and design in her research and outreach efforts at the Media Lab.
Between Worlds was a day-long learning event that explored new methods of teaching art and design in today's hybrid and digital world.
Congratulations to Yun, Chelsi, and Cecilé on receiving this fellowship!
Chelsi Cocking shares her thoughts on how the design industry can better foster, support, and grow design talent in the Black community.
Zach Lieberman talks to arts curator Roddy Schrock about creative coding, his career path, the work of his group at the Media Lab, and more.
Tree Clocks was selected as the winning project at the Code Cypher hosted by MIT CAST.
The Council for the Arts at MIT congratulates the recipients of the 2021 Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts.
Zach Lieberman talks about the illustrations he created for this week’s cover story of The NYT Magazine and translating code-based art.
This isn't just about representation, though. This is about recognition and dignifying beauty of all bodies through visual media.
Coming shows involve artificial intelligence, but underlying them is a concern: “What are we unleashing?”
New adjunct associate professor combines fine arts and coding.