Build yourself a home on the internet (a website) with a toolchain you understand from the ground up.
Next cohort starts Oct 27, 2020
Create your own language from scratch for world-building, personal use, or simply as an artistic pursuit. Using tools and concepts from linguistics, you'll build a language that looks and feels real.
Next cohort starts Oct 31, 2020
A series of exercises to overcome the perfectionism that holds us back from drawing more. We’ll use constraints that make perfection impossible, like blind contour, rapid gesture drawing, and more.
Next cohort starts Nov 2, 2020
Where could life exist in our neighborhood? How can we study it? What might it be?
Next cohort starts Nov 4, 2020
Build a great personal library (what you read) — and antilibrary (infinite potential reading). Define your reading goals and implement effective, practical, personal strategies for relating to books.
Next cohort starts Nov 11, 2020
Online communities are the foundation of how we communicate with each other online. There are several various types of online communities, and in this course, we'll learn how to build one together.
Next cohort starts Nov 14, 2020
A late night lyricism lounge; a friendly rap-writing critique club; a space for poetic play. Each meeting will be half group-writing session + half feedback session.
Next cohort starts Nov 21, 2020
Explore new styles of interface design inspired by art history movements. Each student will choose a movement in art history, explore what makes it unique, and translate its style into a GUI.
We're going to explore Web Typography! This is a group project based learning experience. We will be working as as a team to type set a short
✧༺:༻∞ fairy tale, myth, poem or legend∞༺:༻✧
for the web!
Break free of frustrating mental loops with this set of cognitive, emotional, and philosophical skills — whether to better understand your past, or handle your present and future with more confidence.
A practical exploration in dual-publishing websites and printed books, using Pollen, LaTeX, and the Racket programming language.
A course for creating great courses! We learn how to create learning structures specifically for the ideas and skills most interesting to us.
A practical introduction to funding models for open creative work. Bring a project — blog, podcast, software, art — and we'll explore approaches, tools and strategies to make it sustainable.
Write a complete first draft of a micro-textbook on a subject of your choice. Sharpen your own understanding and distill your expertise into something you can publish, teach, or sell.