Hacking Arts Tech Expo Logistic Form
MIT Media Lab
Cambridge, MA
November 11, 2017

Hacking Arts (www.hackingarts.com) is a festival designed to explore and inspire innovation through technology in the creative industries: music, performing arts, film/TV, fashion, visual arts, gaming, design, and virtual reality. This two-day conference and hackathon will bring together over 450 students and professionals to ideate and learn from an impressive cast of thought leaders.

The conference will include an interactive Tech Expo and 8 panels exploring innovation in the creative industries on Saturday, November 11.

TECH EXPO [Nov 11th 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM]:
The Tech Expo is designed to showcase artwork exploring the intersection of technology and art, and products/projects/ideas created by companies in the creative industries. It is meant to be inspirational and thought-provoking, encouraging conference attendees to think about the future of visual art, design and technology.

The show will feature artworks that use TECHNOLOGY as a creative medium, and startups that focus on the CREATIVE ARTS. The show will also include works of art and products that comment on TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Products, projects, and artwork that are INTERACTIVE in nature are highly encouraged.

Things to keep in mind:
- This is a one day show, open to conference participants and the startups and artists showcasing their work.
- This is a NO IMPACT show. All artwork and products must be displayed without impacting the space, as it is not a traditional gallery setting.
- Supplies needed for exhibit (e.g. tables, easels, pedestals, supports, outlets, monitors, etc.) can be made available upon request.
- Wi-Fi will be available.
- Because of the nature of the space and the short duration of the show, we cannot accommodate exhibits that incorporate messy or overly precarious elements.
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Thank you for submitting a proposal to the Hacking Arts Conference.

Deadline for submission: September 15, 2017 11:59 PM EST

Please contact James Ninh Pham (ninh@mit.edu) or Marimer (marimer@mit.edu ) with any questions.

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