This jam is now over. It ran from 2017-11-04 00:00:00 to 2017-11-13 12:59:59. View 173 entries
#procjam is a jam about making stuff that makes other stuff - come and join in this November with a relaxed, friendly jam, free tutorials and art packs to help you get started, and a great community! Find out more at www.procjam.com.
#procjam just has one rule: Make Something That Makes Something. That means we experiment with generative techniques, from rolling dice and picking things from lists, to using the latest ideas in technology to make complex and weird things. But you can enter anything into #procjam! You could make an art piece, a toy, a tool, an experimental prototype, a full videogame (or boardgame!), a meditation aid - anything you can think of!
Whatever you make, let us know what you're up to! Tweet with the hashtag #procjam and don't forget to submit your work to the jam using this page when you're done. Find us on Twitter and our official website!
PROCJAM is designed to help everyone take part. Here are some things you need to know:
Every year we release free art packs to help people make beautiful things. Our 2017 art packs - by @cryoclaire242 and @devilsgarage - are now available! You can find them along with our previous art packs, over on our art page!
Brand new for 2017, we're funding four tutorials about generative software, covering topics like music, literature, and cool new techniques like wave form collapse and answer set programming. These tutorials will also be translated into other languages too, thanks to our kind Kickstarter backers! We have two tutorials released so far, with two more to come.
Our 2017 speakers have been announced! Every year we have talks from people in and around the generative community. This year we're not having a live talks day, but we are putting a huge bunch of great talks on YouTube, with a live premiere during the jam. Read more about this year's speakers here, or check out our previous years' talks on YouTube?
Seeds is the official zine of #procjam! Last year we published over 100 pages of art and writing from community members, and this year we've had loads of submissions ready to go into Issue 2. We'll be releasing it close to the jam! Read Issue 1 here.
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