This section showcases a selection of my latest workshops and lectures. You can read my teaching statement here.

Selected Workshops

Physical Computing Workshop

by Anna Xambó

This workshop consists of 4 intensive practical sessions (7 hours per day, 28 hours in total) of physical computing designed for the master Music, Communication, and Technology (MCT) program (NTNU-UiO).

Physical Computing Workshop @ MCT (NTNU-UiO) 2018.

Creative Audio Programming Workshop in P5.js

by Anna Xambó

This workshop consists of two practical sessions designed to learn how to code by creating audiovisual and interactive pieces suitable for the web. We learn how to creatively code with P5.js and in particular we explore the P5.sound library and other libraries related to sound and interaction. The workshop is oriented toward the challenge of creating an unusual interactive musical instrument / interface. The final projects will have the opportunity to be exhibited online. This course is open to all students with interest in coding audio and visuals. This workshop is designed as a follow-up of an introductory workshop on generating visuals with P5.js.

  • Code
  • This workshop has been delivered in:
    • Xambó, A. (July 12–13, 2018). “Creative Audio Programming”. Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf, Potsdam, Germany. Organized by MA Creative Technologies.
    • Xambó, A. (October 14, 2017). “Hudders eld Girl Geeks: Audiovisual Creative Coding with P5.js”. Kirklees Libraries, Huddersfield, UK. Funded by Google.

Collaborative Network Music Workshop

by Alo Allik and Anna Xambó

This 2-day hands-on workshop has been designed to understand the main concepts in collaborative network music and core building blocks in SuperCollider. The concepts should be transferable to other programming languages. The style of the workshop is Q&A, based on group work, open and adaptable to the level and pace of the students.

  • Code
  • This workshop has been delivered in:
    • Allik, A., Xambó, A. (April 7–8, 2018). “Collaborative Network Music”. Rewire 2018, The Hague, The Netherlands. Organized by Music Hackspace. Funded by Rewire. A video is available here.
Collaborative Network Music workshop @ Rewire 2018.
Collaborative Network Music workshop @ Rewire 2018. Photo by Susanna Garcia.

Selected Lectures

Human-Computer Interaction

by Anna Xambó

This is a 4-lecture series about the theory and practice in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) applied to music technology. The series consists of 4 lectures (2 hours per session, 8 hours in total) of HCI designed for the master Music, Communication, and Technology (MCT) program (NTNU-UiO).