Culture Hack East is happening in Cambridge over the weekend of 16/17 June. There are spaces for designers, developers, artists, writers and content specialists. If you’re interested in creating prototypes with arts and cultural data, then sign-up here.
As well as the usual hacking activity, during the Saturday there’ll be a paper prototyping track, and a number of inspiring short talks that consider the potential of art, culture and technology. The full agenda will be announced very shortly.
Clare Reddington, Leila Johnston and Tom Uglow speaking at Culture Hack 2011, with Simon Hopkins. Photo: Tim Mitchell
There will be between 6 and 10 short talks. We’re inviting a few people to talk about specific things, but there are also some open slots. If you would like to speak, this is what to do:
- Write a proposal, no more than 100 words, giving the title of your talk and explaining how it relates to the potential of art, culture and technology
- Tell us about you – include a short biography, including links to any of your work if appropriate.
- Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title Culture Hack East Talks by 10am on Monday 28 May