[Noisebridge-discuss] TODAY: Show your cool projects at YBCA!
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 4 14:28:54 UTC 2014
We need more people to show your projects at YBCA today! It doesnt matter what it is -- just come by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts any time after 9am, and look for the Noisebridge tables. Please come! We're there till 3pm.
This event is free, and open to the public, so invite your friends. It should be really interesting. There's lots of other SF groups showing off their cool stuff, too.
More info on the event:
Later tonight, you can bring your project to Noisebridge for our Remix Party! Also free! Live music, food, drinks, projects... Starting at 8pm.
From: maltman23 at hotmail.com
To: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
Subject: Saturday: Show your cool projects at YBCA!
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:30:29 -0700
Anyone have a cool project you wanna show at YBCA Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, downtown?
Noisebridge has a couple of big tables. It would be great to have a few projects to show off.
I'll be there teaching soldering to anyone who likes, and I'll also have a pile of stuff to make throwies. Rikke will be showing an RGB lit-up hood headlamp. Anyone else want to join us? Please email me.
> From: maltman23 at hotmail.com
> To: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
> Subject: Show your cool projects at YBCA!
> Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 17:40:24 -0700
> I just spoke with the organizer of Open City / Art City at YBCA, which is Saturday, 4-October.
> They asked me to have a Noisebridge table there, and I agreed.
> We'll get a large table as part of "DiscoTech", with a lot of AC outlets, and anyone who wants to can show off their cool project there. The project can be any kind of tech or art or craft. I'll bring a bunch of LEDs and batteries and magnets for making Throwies, as well as some simple kits for learning to solder. If someone wants to bring a 3D printer to show off, that'd be cool. If someone wants to bring a painting, or wearable item, that would be cool. Whatever you think would be cool -- would be cool!
> The event is from 11am to 3pm on Saturday 4-Oct. We can start setup at 10am.
> Please email me if you're interested.
> Here's more info that I was sent:
> I am excited to get in touch with you on behalf of YBCA and the Market
> Street Prototyping Festival Team! We are currently in the process of
> planning a DiscoTech event on Saturday, October 4th (11:00am-3:00pm) at
> the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts as part of the Open City / Art City
> Festival<http://ybca.org/open-city-art-city>. We would love to give
> Noisebridge the chance to be represented at this event, and to play an
> active role in it!
> A "DiscoTech" (Discovering Technology) is a community-based,
> community-organized, multimedia workshop and fair. At a DiscoTech,
> participants learn more about the impacts and possibilities of
> technology, and take part in fun, interactive and media-based
> workshops. DiscoTech workshops are designed to demystify technology and
> create a space where we can inform and engage our community. Our goal
> for this DiscoTech is to provide participants an opportunity to learn
> new skills and form creative collaborations, which will inspire future
> projects for the Market Street Prototyping
> Festival<http://marketstreetprototyping.org/> in April 2015, where up
> to 50 artists will be granted $2,000 toward a project of their own
> We'd be honored if you or other members of Noisebridge would be willing
> to host a table/booth as a "Station Manager" for this DiscoTech
> event. A Station is similar to a table at a science fair - each station
> focuses on a unique drop-in activity that can be easily shared with
> anyone, helping to demystify a technology, fabrication technique, or
> urban prototype. You'd also be welcome to showcase art or prototypes as
> a part of your station! It would be inspiring for attendees to be able
> to see a successful end product, in addition to the activity that you'd
> be presenting.
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