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Hack Arts Montreal

November 15, 2019 @ 10:00 am - November 16, 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Thank you to all who registered to Hack Arts Montreal! Registration is now closed as we are at capacity with participants. Successful registrants will receive an email with details regarding participation.

Day 1: November 15, 10 am – 5 pm

Day 2: November 16, 10 am – 4pm

There is a huge mismatch between the volume of art enjoyed by consumers and revenues returned to the arts sector. This November, ELAN is hosting a joint workshop-hackathon where we’ll be presenting ARTS2U research to inform participants about the technical and programming challenges for the arts sector.

The hackathon will address specific technical and coding challenges by dividing participants into groups and working in parallel toward comparable solutions. Participants will build tools from ARTS2U base APIs that could be shared externally, with the goal of distributing event information gleaned from arts producers to reach wider audiences. Participants will include programmers, post-secondary students, and arts sector representatives interested in finding solutions.

 

This project is funded by the Government of Canada.
Ce projet est financé par le gouvernement du Canada.

Details

Start:
November 15, 2019 @ 10:00 am
End:
November 16, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
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Organizer

ELAN

Venue

Temps Libre
5605 Avenue de Gaspé #106
Montreal, Quebec H2T2A4 Canada
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Details

Start:
November 15, 2019 @ 10:00 am
End:
November 16, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Event Categories:
, , , , , ,

Organizer

ELAN

Venue

Temps Libre
5605 Avenue de Gaspé #106
Montreal, Quebec H2T2A4 Canada
+ Google Map

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