Evelyn Eastmond is a coder and artist interested in the elegance of coding as a way to describe complex software systems, and in painting as a way to describe a personal, visual language. She also works on open-source, creative-coding toolkits that aim to elevate computer programming to the role of artistic medium by making coding more approachable, tinker-able and intuitive. Eastman earned her MFA at RISD in 2012 and, in addition to teaching at RISD, has since worked as open web engineer at Bocoup in Boston. She was awarded a 2013 RISD 2050 Grant and has lectured in New York City, Santa Fe, Boston and Pittsburgh.
INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE PROGRAMMING
PROJECTS IN CREATIVE PROGRAMMING