The workshop was held on Jan. 11 and 12, 2022, via Zoom, lasting three-and-a-half hours on each day. It included:
- two keynote speakers — one from Computer Science & Engineering, and one from the Arts;
- eight prominent AlgoArts practitioners and educators who discussed their work and observations;
- a community town-hall meeting, where audience members talked about challenges and opportunities in the synthesis of the arts and algorithms, and
- a panel featuring NSF and NEA staff and other experts, discussing the past & present, interacting, and offering a broad perspective on the future of funding and public policy in the field of Algorithmic Arts.
Since this was an online event, each talk was followed by a 10 min break to allow participants to switch context.
Times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)
“Challenges & Opportunities” – a community town hall
with participants offering thoughts, comments, ideas
“Looking Forward” – a panel with
NEA / NSF program directors, and other experts