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As the divisions between art, science, and technology become increasingly blurred, the interactions at the bleeding-edge of these disciplines produce more innovation and disruption than ever before. To extend these capabilities and inspire new advances in the creative industries, MIT Sloan’s Entertainment, Media & Sports Club presents Hacking Arts. Held at MIT’s Media Lab, Hacking Arts is a festival and hackathon bringing together musicians, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, and engineers to design and explore technology-based ventures in arts and entertainment. The two day festival includes panel discussions featuring some of the top thought leaders in music, film, fashion, virtual reality, and the visual arts; as well as an exhibition of technologies that impact and showcase the creative process. These conversations inform and inspire industry practitioners and hackathon participants who take an idea and transform it into a tangible innovation in a creative industry over the course of the weekend. Hacking Arts is opening up the hackathon presentations and judging to the public Sunday afternoon 3:00PM – 6:00PM The hackathon begins at 4:30 Saturday, September 26 and runs until presentations and judging Sunday afternoon.
Nature and the Word: Text, Technology, and the Changing Landscape of Tomorrow
This is a technology town complicit in promoting the culture of technology, which relies on a plastic real. We are all in love with our small, circumscribed screens, often to the exclusion of anything and anyone else. What is happening to human connection, people facing and touching each other, vulnerable and flawed, at a time when more empathy, not less, is needed? It is by identifying and seeing beyond ourselves that we cultivate our personal humanity. In our love of the machine, do we become more or less humane? And the biggest question of all: What is it that makes us human? This event is co-presented by the Franklin Park Art Grove, The William Trotter Institute at UMASS Boston, Boston Cultural Council, Franklin Park Coalition, and Boston Art Commission.