Public Programs

Raspberry Pi beginners workshop

where The Glasshouse

when Mon 9 May, 2016

time 4pm - 7pm

tickets $140 (includes Beginners Kit valued at $129)   * SOLD OUT *

contact ciprecinct@qut.edu.au

The size of a credit card, Raspberry Pi has become an increasingly popular tool for artists due to its low cost and flexibility of use, including connecting to any monitor to play high-definition video.

Join this hands-on workshop with Melbourne-based artist and QUT alumnus Antoinette J. Citizen to learn how to run your own Raspberry Pi as a computer or media centre to use in the gallery or at home.

Workshop fee includes a Raspberry Pi 3 Beginners Kit to keep, valued at $129. The kit includes:

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  • Power Supply for Raspberry Pi
  • Raspberry Pi SD Card with Noobs
  • Raspberry Pi Case
  • HDMI 1m Cable

About the artist

Antoinette J. Citizen is an Australian visual artist. Combining disparate technologies and performance strategies, Citizen employs a range of materials and methods from emerging technology, computer programming, and electronics, to paper-based works, kinetic sculptures and installations. Citizen holds a BFA with Honours from QUT, and was awarded a PhD in Visual Art from RMIT for research on the quantified self in 2015.

Citizen's work has been exhibited widely in Australia, in both solo and group shows including - GOMA (Brisbane), MUMA (Melbourne), Artspace (Sydney), West Space (Melbourne), IMA (Brisbane), Casula Powerhouse (Sydney), Ryan Renshaw (Brisbane), Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts (Melbourne) - Citizen has also has had work shown in international exhibitions in Luxembourg, Germany, United Kingdom, Milan and New Zealand.

See Antoinette's work in Geek Girls at The Block, 19 April - 13 May, featuring experimental and cutting edge works by female creative practitioners.

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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QUT Precincts