[Async]: One Canvas - part one

A collaborative hack night for artists, designers and programmers, working together to make an interactive, intricate digital artwork on an infinitely scrollable, zoomable web page.

13 September 2012 from 7:15pm

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Following on from the blistering success of Async’s “JavaScript Jungle” (write-up) at last year’s Brighton Digital Festival, we’ll be running another pair of “Hack Nights” this year, called “One Canvas” on the 13th and 27th September.

We’ll set up an infinitely scrollable and zoomable web page, where anyone can contribute a piece of digital art. Think generative computer graphics, tiny games, data-powered visualisations or anything interactive.

This is a fun, relaxed, no-experience-necessary event to learn and play with new technologies in the web browser, hook up with other local artists, designers and developers, and get together to make something beautiful and unique. We need artists and designers as much as JavaScript and other developers, so come along to either or both sessions, whoever you are. We’ll put the whole anarchic burst of colour live when we’re done.

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  • Paul Hadfield
  • Danny Croft
  • Prem Rose
  • Paul L Ferguson
  • Async
  • Adam Yeats
  • Gemma Hentsch
  • Simon Elliott
  • Aron
  • mh
  • Joseph Norman
  • Adhip Gupta
  • The Skiff

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  • Simon Harriyott
  • Giulia Alfonsi
  • Riccardo Tonini
  • adam spence
  • Andy Howell
  • John Harman
  • Matijs Brinkhuis

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