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We’re here at the start of a new season, looking back at Summer’s COCOON and working towards new programs and new forms. We begin in full hearted gratitude for all 119 of the participants that joined us in COCOON this summer. 13…

Written by Kenlynn Albright, edited by Neta Bomani

Reading, Writing & Compiling is a workshop series stewarded by Neta Bomani and Kenlynn Albright for the School for Poetic Computation’s summer COCOON session. The series took place on Wednesdays and Fridays July through August and featured workshops by Jie Qi, Natalie…

Dear SFPC community,

We would like to share with you a message about the School for Poetic Computation’s transformation. Over the past year, a group of students, teachers, staff members, and organizers have begun stewarding SFPC. The people working together to steward SFPC during this transition are: Zainab Aliyu, Todd…

For the last ten weeks, a group of learners met every week for Teaching as Art class at the School for Poetic Computation. For our final project, we are presenting workshops, experiences, and explorations.

Teaching, learning and unlearning can be a way to make sense of the unsettling world, to…

What’s your name? Where are you from? What do you do?

Hi! I’m Celine. I’m a writer and curator from New York. My work is focused on artists and creative practitioners who critically engage with new technologies, emphasizing social, political, and ecological responsibility. I recently completed a year-long curatorial fellowship…

Q: What’s your name? Where do you come from? What were you doing before SFPC?

My name is Shea Fitzpatrick, and I live in Brooklyn, studied in Connecticut, and grew up in New Jersey (clearly I’ve never strayed far). I’m a self-taught designer by trade, a writer for fun, and…

Keina Konno — Video Engineer, YCAM

This post is about the the School for Poetic Computation’s SFPC Summer 2019 in Yamaguchi at YCAM. You can also read Taeyoon’s introduction, and recaps from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7 and Day 8.


blog post by Gia Castello & Esther Bouquet. video by Olivia Ross.

Day 1: Credit the artists that inspire you

Today we had our first code-poetry class with Fernando Ramallo. Fernando is a creative coder whose work focuses on making playful interactions like games and tools for making games. Fernando opened us up to a whole new…

blog post by Gia Castello & Esther Bouquet. video by Olivia Ross.

Day 1: On pixel manipulation

Last weekend, a few of us visited Storm King. The giant sculptures were inspiring and the site was so peaceful which was a welcomed break to our daily, noisy, New York City routine.

blog post by Gia Castello & Esther Bouquet. video by Olivia Ross.

Day 1:

The week started after another busy weekend full of events. We went to Radical Networks to support Esther, one of the current students who was showing an installation at the event. …


School for Poetic Computation—since Fall 2013.

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