CFP: Workshops hosted at the 11th International Conference on Computational Creativity

Int. Conference on Computational Creativity
 

Dear Colleague


The 11th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC'20)
will host three workshops: Casual Creators
<https://mkremins.github.io/casual-creators-workshop/>, Future of
Co-Creative Systems
<https://computationalcreativity.net/workshops/cocreative-iccc20/> and
Knowledge-Based
Systems in Computational Design
<https://kbscd-iccc2020.hosting.uni-hildesheim.de>.


Submissions due 1st of June.


Below you will more information about the workshops.

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anyone who may be interested.


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*The 11th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC'20)*

September 7 – 11 2020, Coimbra, Portugal


*Call for Workshop Submissions*

http://computationalcreativity.net/iccc20/workshops/


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The 11th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC'20)
will host three workshops: Casual Creators, Future of Co-Creative Systems
and Knowledge-Based Systems in Computational Design.



**** Casual Creators Workshop ****


The Casual Creators Workshop aims to foster experimentation and build
community around the topic of casual creators: a recently-defined genre of
creativity support tools that are specifically designed to support
autotelic creativity, or creativity for its own sake. We also hope to
promote discussion of the creative practices that emerge around casual
creators, which are often casual, unskilled, ephemeral, and social.


More info: https://mkremins.github.io/casual-creators-workshop/



**** Future of Co-Creative Systems Workshop ****


This one-day workshop aims to bring together researchers to discuss the
future of co-creativity from a range of perspectives, organised around two
main topics:

(i) what are the open questions in co-creativity research?

(ii) what common language is needed for co-creativity researchers from a
range of backgrounds to work together and progress the field?


More info: https://computationalcreativity.net/workshops/cocreative-iccc20/



**** Knowledge-Based Systems in Computational Design Workshop ****


The main aim of the workshop is to track and examine the current trends in
knowledge-based methods in research and development areas of computational
design, game design, media informatics, and similar creativity-related
topics.


More info: https://kbscd-iccc2020.hosting.uni-hildesheim.de



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