Join us for an afternoon of workshops, making, and discussion at Framework and an evening of music and visuals at the Cube Cinema.



You make the rules!
Framework, 35 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4DZ
9 Feb, 12:30-4:30pm
Free (for full programme and to book click here)

Come along to a free afternoon of family friendly hands on making activities, find out how code can be used to make art and what potato printing has got to do with coding!

Workshops (sign-up on the day)
13:00 - 14:00
Creative coding workshop
A workshop for people wanting to learn more about creative coding. We will use processing to program interactive drawings, and there will be potato printing (of course). The workshop is aimed at people new to coding - no previous experience necessary. Please bring a laptop if you have one (there are some computers available).

15:00 - 16:00
Live-coding music
A workshop for people with some experience wanting to learn how to live-code music and visuals. Some experience in coding necessary. Please bring a laptop if you have one (there are some computers available, please let us know in advance if you need to borrow one)

Drop-in activities (all afternoon)
zine-making / Fluxus inspired auto art / Robot play / discussion / collaborative coding / bookclub corner

two boys playing with robots on ipads

Reprogram the Cube!
Cube Cinema, Dove Street South, Kingsdown, Bristol, BS2 8JD
9 Feb, 7:30-late
£5 on door / £4 concs and advance (0.73 booking fee)
Book tickets here

For one night only Algorave artists Coral Manton, Joanna Armitage and guests will take over the cinema and bar for an evening of live-coded music and visual performance.
We’ll be showcasing local artists’ work. Find out how to show your work here

two women live coding with glitch art projection colour gradient cube with javescript style function overlayed

Feature your work at the Cube

Open call for you to show your work at the cube... To take part, make a sketch using the visual programming tools from Processing (p5.js / Processing / processing.py) and we’ll project it at the event. Simple gifs or full blown psychedelic computer generated wizardry, it all counts.

Full details and how to submit here


Processing Community Day (PCD) is a celebration of art, code, and diversity around the world. PCD Bristol is an opportunity for people to get together and learn more about making art with code, and making code with art. Have a question or want to get involved? email us or fill in this form.



logos of support - KWMC, UWE, PCD, Code-club, Cube Microplex, Framework