Adam Herst is a Toronto-based artist and arts manager, Linux system administrator, and technical writer. He is interested in the tension between ideas, their ownership, and their reproduction, and in exploring the proposition that ideas which are designed for dissemination will be disseminated. When Adam isn't creating art, he helps arts organizations and other non-profits make the most of their investments in technology.

(All works created by Adam Herst are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License.)

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Processing Community Day:

Introduction to Generative Drawing

Feb 12, 2020 @ Inter/Access, Toronto

Join us for a special Open Studio dedicated to the art of generative drawing as part of the worldwide Processing Community Day program. More...

Download the workbook here: 2 pages per side | Folded booklet