ATNE Resource Fair

When: Sunday, November 4th 2012, 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Bocoup Loft
355 Congress St., Boston, MA
http://loft.bocoup.com/
Free Event

Are you a programmer, artist, game developer, musician, maker, animator, hacker, curator, scholar, or part of a community arts or technology program? At this event, Boston-area technology and arts organizations including community and industry groups, makerspaces, government agencies, and academic programs will introduce themselves and what they have to offer. This event is presented by Art Technology New England (ATNE), a non-profit dedicated to the growth, promotion, and cross-pollination of the New England art and technology community.

Presentation at Bocoup Loft

Bocoup Loft is hosting the ATNE Resource Fair

The goal of this event is to connect innovation organizations, technologists, scholars, artists, businesspeople, funding or governmental agencies, community education organizations, and academic programs who might not otherwise have the opportunity to network with one another.  We’re showcasing Boston-area technology and arts organizations including community and industry groups, makerspaces, government agencies, and academic programs. Participating organizations are presenting a ~10 talk on what their organization does and what sorts of individuals, groups, and agencies they’d be most interested in working with.

Participating organizations:

@party, a collaborative computer art festival
Artisans’ Asylum, a community craft studio
MIT program in Art, Culture, and Technology
Boston Indies, a meetup for New England independent game developers
Cambridge Community Art Center
CEMI Electronic Media Institute, an electronic arts school and gear library
Changing Places group, Media Lab, MIT
Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
The Distillery, an arts community
The Engine Institute, encourages collaboration between artists and scientists
The Glass Art Society, an international organization to advance the appreciation, understanding and development of glass arts
Massachusetts Office of Business Development, Creative Economy
MassArt’s Studio for Interrelated Media
The People’s Republic of Interactive Fiction, a meetup for interactive fiction game developers
Studio for Interrelated Media, Massart
Together Festival, a weeklong music, art, and technology event

Contact Val Grimm with any questions or for additional information about the event.

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This post was written by atneadmin and was published on August 10th, 2012 under the categories Events , Past Events.