An Art Review and Party Lines Update

Party Lines App screen capture
Party Lines Sequel screen capture

A Review of Arts Organizations and Digital Technologies

I just added a review of the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project report Arts Organizations and Digital Technologies to my website. The report, released at the start of 2013, is a survey of how arts organizations use the Internet and digital technologies. The focus of my review is on the sections dealing with websites and social media. You can read my review here:

A Review of Arts Organizations and Digital Technologies

I expect to spend some time integrating some of the more interesting information into my presentation/class Building an Online Presence: The Internet for Artists and Photographers which I will be giving on August 2 at Musecon which is being held at the Westin Chicago Northwest in Itasca IL.

Party Lines Sequel Processing.js Program

I've made major upgrades to my original Party Lines Processing.js program. The upgrades were done to satisfy my final programming assignment for the Creative Programming for Digital Media & Mobile Apps Coursera class. My changes were to add a nicer GUI, add two additional painting modes (curves and ellipses) and add an additional coloring mode that pulls colors from Vincent van Gogh's painting Field with Poppies.
Check it out: Party Lines Sequel Processing.js Sketch

That's all folks, Jim

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