About RogerT

Dr. Roger J. Tremblay is a freelance artist and engineer with more than 30 years experience in both Research Engineering and Fine Art. He is a Connecticut Office of the Arts Teaching Artist and has lectured and taught Integrated Art, Math and Technology classes and workshops to teachers, pre-K-12 and college students and the general public. His traditional oil paintings and computational art have been exhibited in juried shows at various galleries in Connecticut.

Developing an Apple TV app for my Genetic Artwork

I’ve been very busy at work on developing an Apple TV app for displaying my Genetic Artwork for some time now. It’s been really interesting and compelling, but progress has been a bit slow due to the vastness of the various iOS and tvOS SDK’s involved (and the limits of my intellect). But carrying on nevertheless. Full speed ahead, one step at a time… ūüėČ

Recently Presented Workshops

This past February I presented¬†a series of my “Fun With Freaky Fractals and Digital Media” workshops to several¬†5th grade classes from four area elementary schools as a part of¬†the LEARN Regional Educational Service Center’s ¬†‘We Make Mouse Calls’ interdistrict program¬†directed¬†by¬†program coordinator Gail Freeman. ¬†The participating schools were Oswegatchie Elementary School in Waterford, Regional Multicultural Magnet School in New London, John M. Moriarty Environmental Sciences Magnet School in Norwich and Catherine Kolnaski Magnet School in Groton. ¬†The wonderful enthusiasm and engagement of the students was an inspiring joy. ¬†Thank you to LEARN, Ms. Freeman and all the teachers, assistants and students involved.

In May I presented¬†my workshop to students from eleven¬†CT middle schools as a part of the Connecticut Association of Schools annual ‘Arts In The Middle’ program hosted at the University of Hartford’s Hartford Art School. ¬†Thank you to¬†Jadwiga Herrmann-Brown and her staff at CAS, HAS technician¬†Thomas Prutisto for his excellent technical assistance and of course to all the participating students and teaching staff for their¬†enthusiastic engagement and support during the workshops.