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Tue, 28 May 2019 04:37:41 +0000
Mark D Gross <[log in to unmask]>
Arielle Hein <[log in to unmask]>, Nick Sutcliffe <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear CHI folk,

Please see below for the terrific set of one-week workshops<> we're hosting this summer at the ATLAS Institute<> in Boulder, Colorado on topics from electronic music to hacking science in the wild (literally), to social robotics, to games and more.   Come hack with the best in beautiful Boulder, at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and enjoy eating, drinking, and all kinds of outdoor activities as well.

We're late in rolling this out, so please share with friends and colleagues,


Mark D Gross
Director, ATLAS Institute
University of Colorado, Boulder



Registration Now Open!
For the first time, the ATLAS Institute is thrilled to offer eight exciting weeklong summer workshops open to anyone from the community. Register today for courses led by distinguished practitioners, engineers and artists in creative technologies and design.

Early-bird pricing available thru 5/31!

Eight exciting courses in creative technologies and design.

Interactive Performance Systems for Media<>
July 8 - 12 with Luke DuBois

Wild & Wearable Studio<>
July 8 - 12 with Andrew Quitmeyer

Game Design<>
July 8 - 12 with Matthew Bethancourt

VR for Everyone<>
July 15 - 19 with David Lobser

Tiny Machines<>
July 15 - 19 with Leah Buechley & HyunJoo Oh

Extrasensory Perceptive Devices<>
July 22 - 29 with Sharri Zamore

Electronic Language as Raw Material<>
July 22 - 29 with Allison Parrish

Socially Assistive Robotics<>
July 22 - 29 with Aubrey Shick

See Workshop Details<>

Who can sign up? These workshops are designed for adults of all stripes - educators, technologists, artists, designers, makers and creative professionals. If you are 18 or over, the only prerequisite is curiosity and a passion to create with technology. A few workshops require existing skills; most do not.

The ATLAS Institute is a diverse and eclectic learning and research community at the University of Colorado Boulder. We are thrilled to open this series of short summer courses to the community! Join us for a fun, challenging, interdisciplinary learning experience.

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