Light up your artistic world in this extraordinary workshop! We make use of creative hardware including Arduino microcontrollers, motors, sensors, LEDs, conductive thread, jumper cables and more. Electrify your art when you learn how to incorporate the basics of electricity, circuits and Arduino programming to make interactive artworks. Projects include LED light shows, creative vehicles that drive, dioramas in motion, and even a wearable fashion piece that glows. Combine technology and traditional artistic processes to create art of the future.
Sam Ticknor graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, and has taught programming and animation in New York City and Pittsburgh. She currently works as a creative technologist for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh where she explores the intersection of arts and technology while making museum apps and interactive exhibits.