Nel 2010 Mark Webster ha organizzato a Parigi una due giorni di workshop e exhibition su Processing. Il titolo dell’incontro era semplicemente Processing Paris, il corso era tenuto da Julien Gachadoat e Karsten Schmidt ed ha avuto un ottimo successo. Nel 2011, Cedric Kiefer e Andreas Köberle hanno iniziato ad organizzare degli incontri mensili in Germania e così nacque Processing Berlin. Non passò molto tempo prima della nascita di Processing Ghent e Processing Rennes. Processing Cities Project vuole incoraggiare la nascita di eventi a base di workshops, conferences, talks, show e tell riguardo l’utilizzo del codice nel processo creativo. Questo non significa necessariamente che siano inerenti a Processing, ma anche VVVV, Cinder, Open Frameworks e molti altri tool basati sulla scrittura di codice.

 

Processing Dublin

 

http://p5dublin.tumblr.com/ stephen.r.howell@gmail.com

Processing Dublin is a social gathering for all interested in creative coding. Developers, designers, artists, hobbiests & the curious are all welcome. It is not just restricted to Processing coders, many themes and tools are presented, just bring your creative technology projects and ideas ! Processing Dublin was set up by Stephen Howell and Evangelos Kapros. Processing Dublin organise meetings that are free and open to the public taking place monthly at the Exchange Gallery, Dublin, Ireland. 1st Thursday of every month, 19.00–21.00.

 

Processing Austin

 

http://www.meetup.com/Processing-Austin ra@rariora.org

Processing Austin was established in 2012 by R.A. Robertson to provide a nexus for the art and design coding community in Austin and Central Texas. We aim to unite beginners and more advanced programmers to foster procedural literacy and artistic expression through code. We also hope to be a clearinghouse for professionals seeking resources in data visualization, generative design, and procedural web applications using ProcessingProcessing JS,  and related technologies. Processing Austin hosts free monthly meetups open to the public. Interested parties are encouraged to join our MeetUp group to stay in the loop.

 

Processing Lyon

 

http://p5lyon.tumblr.com/ processing.lyon@gmail.com

Processing Lyon was set up by Lionel Radisson in association with the non profit organisaiton MetaLab. Covering a variety of themes and subjects in line with code based creation – design, graphics, dataviz, web and tangible interfaces – they meet on a regular basis to present work as well as lead workshops. Processing Lyon is a paying event and open to all people interested in using code in their creative practice whether it be with tools like Processing, Processing JS or Arduino.

 

Processing Vancouver

http://processingvancouver.ca/ info@processingvancouver.ca

Processing Vancouver was set up by Jesse Scott and serves as an initiative to establish a regular meeting in Vancity for everybody who is interested in creative coding, generative art, designing with code, new media practice, or just programming in general. We are starting off with a monthly meeting and invite you to join us. Processing Vancouver is the right place if you want to share some of your latest projects and ideas, look out for collaborators, learn more, ask for help, or just want to talk with like-minded people and to get to know each other a bit better. We will be meeting on the final Monday of every month, 7-9pm, at VIVO Media Arts Centre, 1965 Main St., Vancouver. We welcome you to join us, and to be in touch if you are interested in presenting your work developed in Processing, or any other creative code framework.

 

Processing Chicago

http://www.evl.uic.edu/processing-chicago/ jdpirtle@gmail.com

Processing Chicago serves as a node for creative coding and electronics, hosting a monthly meeting at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The meetings consist of workshops and presentations given by artists, designers and scientists exploring creative research using a variety of media and toolsets, including (but not limited to) Processing, Arduino, openFrameworks, Cinder, Max/MSP and Supercollider. Processing Chicago was founded by Daniel Sauter and JD Pirtle. Processing Chicago organise meetings that are free and open to the public taking place the first Monday of every month at 5pm in the Cyber-Commons at the EVL.

 

Processing Mexico

http://www.processing-mexico.net/ contact@processing-mexico.net

Processing Mexico (PMX) is a lively group of creative coders that live in Mexico City, in the spirit of creation by knowledge, we have set up several events on a 3 month basis as well as workshops that bring together upcoming talent with local artists. Founded by Sergio Beltrán, Fîctîo, Josué Ibáñez, Hugo Escalante and Juan Manuel Escalante. PMX strives for knowledge and artistry within code and technology. Proud member of the Processing Cities global community.

 

Processing Bordeaux

http://www.processingbordeaux.org contact@processingbordeaux.org

Processing Bordeaux invites each month a professional in the field of digital creation to present their work and lead a small workshop. Kicking off 17 January 2012 (19h – 22h) at the I.Boat, Bordeaux the first edition will be lead by Julien Gachadoat / Studio 2Roqs presenting Processing and it’s ten years existence. Processing Bordeaux is a monthly free event taking place every Tuesday evening each month and is open to all creatives interested in meeting up and sharing their passion about open source creative technologies.

 

Processing Frankfurt

mail@bezier.de

Processing Frankfurt was founded by David Brüll and Florian Jenett in 2011. We would like to get into an ongoing discussion about what we do and sometimes how we do it. Frankfurt is the birthplace of VVVV and home to the biennial Node festival. We have a Processing hotspot here but explicitly welcome any kind of artist and designer with an affinity to digital tools. Meetings are structured to start with a short block of presentations and then go into an open discussion. Processing Frankfurt is a free event, taking place as a regular once-a-month meetup in the Rhein-Main area.

 

Processing Ghent

http://processingghent.org/ jan@processingghent.org

Processing Ghent was set up in 2011 by Bert Balcaen, Corneel Cannaerts and Jan Vantomme. Based in Ghent, Belgium, they meet up on a regular basis giving informal talks and workshops using Processing as their main creative tool. Processing Ghent is a free event, taking place every two months and is open to all those interested in working with code in their creative practice.

 

Processing Berlin

http://www.processingberlin.com ck@onformative.com

Processing Berlin was set up by Cedric Kiefer and Andreas Köberle in early 2011. It has established a regular meeting in Berlin for everybody who is interested in creative coding, generative art, design or just programming. They meet up every second week of the month in Berlin and organise a number of talks and presentations. Processing Berlin is a free event and open to all people interested in using code in their creative practice whether it be with tools like Processing, vvvv, Cinder, Open Frameworks

 

Processing Rennes

http://www.processing-rennes.com/ contact@processing-rennes.com

Processing Rennes kicked off it’s activities in November 2011 with a two day Processing workshop organised by Anthony Cocherie and the Association Bug. The first edition took place at La Cantine Numérique in the beautiful city of Rennes with a workshop for beginners and one for advanced users. Processing Rennes is a paying event, taking place each year and is open to all those interested in working with code in their creative practice.They also meet up twice a month every Friday at La Cantine Numérique. This is a free for all event.

 

Processing Paris

http://www.processingparis.org/ info@freeartbureau.org

Processing Paris started out in April 2010 based on an original idea and led by Mark Webster. It is a series of workshops, conferences and exhibitions catering for artists and designers who want to learn about code based creation. Processing Paris invites some of the most exciting and talented professionals in the domain to lead workshops and share their knowledge. Past contributors include Kartsten Schmidt, Hartmut Bohnacker, Julien Gachadoat and Christian Delecluse. Processing Paris is a paying event, taking place each year and is open to all those interested in working with code in their creative practice. We also meet up on a regular basis at L’École Multimédia in Paris to share and present projects, work and code. This is a free and open to all event.