Kadenze is a global platform for online education, focused on the arts and creative technology started in the summer of 2013. The platform creates a media rich educational tool that supports teaching the arts and creative technology to students around the world. Kadenze partners with creative arts departments at leading universities and institutions, including: Princeton University, Stanford University, California Institute of the Arts, UCLA, Otis College of Art and Design, California College of the Arts, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Goldsmiths University of London, Cornish College of the Arts, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, University of Miami, Seoul Institute of the Arts, University of Saint Joseph in Macau, University College Cork in Ireland, National University of Singapore, the Processing Foundation, and many more.
I am a co-founder and currently act as Vice President of R&D and Data Analysis. Our team is working on developing new tools for automated assessment of media rich assignments, proctoring tools to authenticate student submissions, and developing tools that enable new approaches to computer mediated learning. Additionally, Kadenze currently hosts my first semester CalArts course in synthesis and Reaktor. Having the course on Kadenze has allowed me to teach Reaktor and synthesis to thousands of new students all around the world.