Arduino Workshop II

Sat Feb 17 2024 at 01:00 pm to Sun Feb 18 2024 at 06:30 pm

Luotsikatu 13, FI-00160 Helsinki, Suomi | Helsinki

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Arduino Workshop II
/////////// WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT! ///////////
Since this arduino workshop was quickly sold out, we offer a third one the last weekend of February.


A two-day intensive workshop introducing participants to the fascinating world of electronics and arduino microprocessors. Workshop conducted by Marko Timlin, who has been using arduinos for the last 18 years.

• Are you interested in making interactive art projects?
• Do you want to make a kinetic artwork?
• Would you like to control components like lights, switches or motors?
• Interested in using sensors in your projects?
• Would you like to connect the physical world with the digital world?
• Ever wondered how this magical thing called programming really works?

Then you are warmly welcome, this is the right workshop for YOU!
During this workshop participants will learn the basic principles of electronics and arduino microprocessors. Arduino is a popular open-source prototyping platform enabling users to create interactive artworks by connecting digital and electronic devices with computers and software.
The main goal of this workshop is to provide participants with inspiring knowledge enabling them to realize their own artistic projects. This workshop is open to anyone, previous knowledge of electronics or arduino is not required.

Workshop fee: 50€
Maximum amount of participants: 10
Course language: English

Register by sending an email to: aanitaiteenseura(at)gmail(dot)com
A prepayment of 25€, thus 50% of the workshop fee, is required with the registration.

Saturday, 17.2.2024 @ 13.00-18.30 (including a 30 minutes break)
Sunday, 18.2.2024 @ 13.00-18.30 (including a 30 minutes break)


Marko Timlin is a sound and media artist educated in Music Technology at Sibelius Academy Helsinki and McGill University Montréal. His artistic work encompasses the creation of large kinetic sound installations, performances with self-made experimental sound machines, physical computing, the artistic use of obsolete technology and interactive multimedia theatre plays.

In recent years his works were presented worldwide including at Whitebox New York (US), Kiasma Helsinki (FI), Sight & Sound Festival Montréal (CA), E:vent gallery London (UK), EMMA (FI), Mal au Pixel Paris (FR), RIXC Riga (LV), Fylkingen Stockholm (SE), Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE), Digital Media Festival Valencia (ES) & Pori Art Museum (FI).
In addition to his artistic activities Marko Timlin is a passionate teacher and has been teaching at New York University (USA), Royal Conservatory “Victoria Eugenia” Granada (ES), Music University Trossingen (DE), Sibelius Academy Helsinki (FI), University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe (DE), Metropolia University of Applied Science (FI) and in Heureka - the Finnish Science Centre (FI).


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Luotsikatu 13, FI-00160 Helsinki, Suomi, Vyökatu 10, FI-00160 Helsinki, Suomi,Helsinki, Finland

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