We serve a growing community of artists, designers, educators, programmers, engineers, and anyone in between who has an inclination toward both the arts and technology. Core to our belief is that learning how to program is a process of learning how to think, rather than acquiring a certain skillset, so that this knowledge may be applied to any number of fields, from creating artworks to imagining new technologies. We view Processing as a means to bridge seemingly disparate disciplines, providing platforms for collaboration between communities that might not otherwise have had access to each other. We also envision Processing as a new tool for both artists and technologists to use in their work, as a medium and as a context. We see ourselves situated at the place of convergence between the arts and technology, facilitating the pursuit and literacy of both.
The Processing Foundation supports a fellowship program to initiate and develop research projects for the Processing software.
We are supported by our community and actively seek donations through downloads of Processing.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.