Call for hosts: International Conference on Live Coding 2025

Live coding refers to the creation and modification of algorithms with a creative purpose in real time often in the presence of a physical or virtual audience. The community is diverse and seeks to engage in a wide cross-section of artistic practices including but not limited to music, audiovisual creation, performance, robotics, dance, scientific research, and education.

The International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC) is an annual conference that aims to expand and strengthen the reach of the live coding community and its practice. Eight conferences preceded the ICLC 2025: Leeds, UK (2015), Hamilton, Canada (2016), Morelia, Mexico (2017), Madrid, Spain (2019), Limerick, Ireland (2020), Valdivia, Chile (2021), Utrecht, Netherlands (2023) and Shanghai, China (2024).

For information about the current and previous editions, see:

This form is intended to seek initial expressions of interests in running/coordinating ICLC 2025. Apply here!

Please make your proposal brief, while being sure to get across what makes your proposal distinctive. If we feel there are missing details, we’ll be in touch with further questions.

Deadline 29th February 2024

If you have questions or concerns about the call or deadline, please do not hesitate to get in touch via email to the 2023 ICLC organising committee Please use ICLC2025 in the subject!

Thanks for your interest in taking our community forward!

PS: On the bottom you will find an option to answer anonymously or with a name. This is not relevant, what matters is providing your Name and Mail correctly in the fields below the first two questions.

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