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Clinic for Open-Source Arts (COSA) community gathered around table

Community

INSTITUTIONS

COSA is one small part of a long history of efforts by institutions to support and create knowledge making and sharing for digital arts. Most directly, COSA was inspired by the work of the Processing Foundation and the Frank Ritchie Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University who have been hosting and supporting the contributors of numerous open source arts projects. Additionally, many institutions support their employees being open-source art tool contributors as part of their labor/research. Please reach out to be added.

Processing Foundation 
UCLA Design Media Arts 
Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) 
Studio for Creative Inquiry 
MIT Media Lab 
Vidvox
School for Poetic Computation (SFPC
NYU Integrated Digital Media
SAIC Art and Technology Studies
Code Liberation
openProcessing

COSA ADVISORY GROUP

Email us if you want to be involved or know others who should.

Chris Coleman, professor of emergent digital practices and creator/director of COSA
Laleh Mehran, professor of emergent digital practices and associate director of COSA
Chris Gauthier-Dickey, associate professor of computer science and COSA fellow
Jeffrey Edgington, teaching associate professor of computer science and COSA fellow