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"How has the arts, sports or life stimulated, inspired and informed your work in computer science?"

 

 
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 : Sunday Morning Tutorials (8:30 - 12:00) : Organization and Professional Development : Interesting Tutorial Alternatives : Sunday

How has the arts, sports or life stimulated, inspired and informed your work in computer science?

Terrace Pavilion and Poolside
Sunday, 8:30, half day

 


 
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George Platts, Gamesmaster

Tutorial number: GP1

Computer science, especially software design, interacts with the arts and other life experiences; mathematics and music are closely linked. Since 1993 I have been exploring artists' patterns with the patterns community at PLoP conferences in USA, Germany, Scandinavia and Japan. This interactive tutorial at OOPSLA, will offer an opportunity for delegates to share such inspirational moments. On my part, I will be exhibiting a wealth of cross-arts' material that has excited PLoP computer scientists since 1993; artists' movies and film from France, Canada and USA; unusual music from Australia, Egypt, The Netherlands and USA.

This tutorial is in conjunction with the Onward! track of OOPSLA 2005.

Beginner: Interest and an open mind is all that is needed.

George Platts, Gamesmaster:  George is a multi medium artist (performance, video and sound installations), Art Psychotherapist for the UK National Health Service (Psychiatry), narrowboat owner and cyclist "Living as a Dutchman in England". From 1993, working as an Artist-in-Residence / Tangential Thinking Co-ordinator / Querdenker Koordinator (Germany) at conferences of the Pattern Languages of Programming community in the US and Europe.

 
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