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Creating Art with ComputersThe urge to create is in all of us. Even computer scientists. From the earliest days of computing, users created art when there was spare time available on machines. In the 1960s, researchers at Bell Labs began experimenting with computer graphics, with some becoming major figures in computer art. Outside the lab, curious artists also began experimenting with this new medium.From Laboratory to GalleryComputer art began as an intriguing exercise. It morphed into a legitimate expression in the 1960s.At San Jose State University in 1963, professor Joan Shogren and Jim Larson demonstrated computer art programmed by Shogren using punched cards. That same year, Computers & Automation, a technical journal, launched its first annual computer art competition.