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Technology, Arts & Media/TAM Workshops (Fall 2018)

Learn something new in a short, hands-on workshop. Take creative tech someplace different! Workshops are offered to the TAM student community, but open to all CU Boulder students. The first 2 are below and more will follow!

  • Mobile App Design and Development Strategy
    Led by ATLAS Instructor Aileen Pierce
    Mon Oct 22 from 4:30-5:30 in ATLS 100
    RSVP
    This workshop will look at different strategies for designing, prototyping, and developing mobile apps. We will explore developing apps using HTML5, frameworks, or native platforms and the pros and cons of these approaches.
  • Portraiture and Lighting
    Led by ATLAS Instructor Chris Carruth
    Thursday Oct 25 from 5:30-7:30pm in ATLS 1B31
    RSVP: cuatlas@colorado.edu (Portraiture)
    Ready for your close up? This highly interactive and hands-on workshop will help you to learn (or master) your technical skills behind the camera, like lighting techniques, colored gels, posed and candid styles, and more. Bring a laptop and camera, please. Open to all, but experience with camera & lighting really helps.
  • Intro to iOS App Development
    Led by ATLAS Instructor Aileen Pierce
    Monday, Oct. 29 from 4:00-6:00pm in ATLS 104
    RSVP
    Create your first iOS app in this hands-on workshop introducing iOS development in Xcode using Swift. If you want to use your own Mac please download and install Xcode from the Mac App store ahead of time and open it to finish the installation. We will have Macs you can borrow for the workshop as well.
  • Intro to Android App Development
    Led by ATLAS Instructor Aileen Pierce
    Monday, Nov 26 from 4:00-6:00 in ATLS 104
    RSVP
    Create your first Android app in this hands on workshop introducing Android development in Android Studio using Java. If you want to use your own laptops please download and install Android Studio ahead of time. We will have Macs you can borrow for the workshop as well.

CLASSROOM FLOOD REASSIGNMENT

UPDATE 10/16: Flood repairs on level 1B are completed!
All ATLAS classes currently scheduled in the CASE building will return to ATLAS.
Repairs will be ongoing in the B2 levels and for the foreseeable future.

Fall 2018 Grad Workshop Series (Open to TAM)

These are small, hands-on workshops offered for the graduate students, but are open to motivated TAM undergrads. If you RSVP, please attend!. Or, give us at least 72 hrs notice so we can fill the space. All workshops are held in the ATLAS Grad Lab (225).

  • 10/25 3-6pm Wearable Technologies: Just in Time for Halloween, Mel Plett. RSVP
    Choose from a few different options to create your own wearable technology costume accessory. Please register ASAP, as we need to order materials in advance.

TAM Information Sessions

Interested in TAM? Come find out more:

All sessions in ATLS 208

  • Wednesday, October 24th @ 1:00
  • Friday, November 9th @ 10:00
  • Thursday, November 15th @ 12:30

TAM Student Tutor

Sam Leffler: Samuel.Leffler@Colorado.EDU
Need a hand with projects or filling in any gaps? Ask the TAM Student Tutor in ATLS 231! Hours for the Fall 2018 semester are:

  • Tues 1:00 - 2:30
  • Thurs 1:00 - 2:30
  • Friday 10:00 - 12:30

Heliography Lab Hours

Lillie Bahrami: Lillie.Bahrami@colorado.edu

  • Mon: 1-3pm, 4:30-6pm
  • Wed 1pm - 6pm

ATLAS Building Hours

The ATLAS building is open to the public from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. weekdays and during special events.

TAM Students have 24/7 BuffOne Card Access

Invent. Design. Create.

The Technology, Arts & Media Program is part of the ATLAS Institute on the University of Colorado at Boulder Campus. ATLAS is an innovative campus-wide initiative in education, research, creative work and outreach in which information and communication technology is the enabling force.

The Technology, Arts and Media Program offers several programs: a Bachelor of Science in Technology, Arts and Media (BSTAM), a Minor in Technology, Arts and Media (MTAM) and a Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media (CDM). Our programs are designed to teach students creative thinking, technical skills, and visual communication within creative studio-based environments.