vvvv Beginner Class Starting on April 29th

April 11, 2024 posted by: chk Guest Post
Where:The NODE Institute (online)
From:29 Apr 2024 18:00

We are postponing the start of the upcoming vvvv gamma beginner course by two weeks. Register now and patch with us!


What will I learn?

The course covers all you need to know to start your vvvv career and enter specific intermediate or advanced topics. In 12 sessions you will learn the basics of programming in vvvv and creating real time renderings, audio and data visualizations, creative coding algorithms, best practices in structuring your applications, building user interfaces and object-oriented patching in VL.

Who is it for?

  • Artists who find inspiration in nature, animation and technology
  • Technologists who are searching for a multipurpose toolkit for interactive installations
  • Architects and designers who want to learn new ways of visualising their ideas
  • Developers who are annoyed by coding and want to try visual programming instead

About the Instructors

Christoph Ignaz Kirmaier aka chk is a multimedia artist, musician, educator and co-founder of the Vienna and Berlin based studio 3e8. In the past years he has worked all across large-scale corporate multimedia installations, sound design, generative graphics, electronics, animation, music videos, user experience and robotic prototypes in several companies, bands and collectives.

Rosi Grillmair aka remony is an artist, programmer and art- and culture mediator based in Linz, Austria and a long term vvvv community member. She is an excellent educator in the field of interactive media, community driven programming tools and artistic installations. Her sessions are a mix of playful lectures, hands-on tutorials and enough time for your questions and in-depth discussions.


The course starts on April 29th, comprises of 12 sessions that take place every Monday at 18:00 CET and last 3 hours each.




vvvv - Dießl & Gregor GbR
Oranienstrasse 10
10997 Berlin/Germany
VAT: DE275566955


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