BRING YOUR PROJECTS! BRING YOUR WORKSHOPS! BRING YOUR ART, MUSIC AND COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT!
The biennial Hackers on Planet Earth conference in New York City has been uniting thousands of hackers throughout the world for nearly two decades. At HOPE Number Nine, more floor space than ever is being devoted to Hackers, Makers and everyone gathering together their communities to collaborate on awesome art, science and technology. Now is your turn to come to New York City, to show the world what your space is up to and find new collaborators from around the world!
CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
We're going to have a special workshop area that will be going around the clock, 24/7 with awesome workshops and projects of all sorts. Tutorials, contests, games, hands-on learning, and virtually anything else you can imagine. Suggest a workshop idea in a brief email message to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
CALL FOR ARTWORK
HOPE is seeking to expand art and music offerings, showing off the most interesting intersections of art and technology. Artists and musicians will have the opportunity to meet potential collaborators with wild minds and solid technical skills, and to share with an audience that is eager to support artists doing cool things with technology.
What we'd like to showcase:
The massive Pavillion floor at HOPE Number Nine will provide space for art installation work, exhibits, interactive experiences, and other artistic and creative expressions. Such works should have a relationship to hacker themes. Our indoor location doesn't allow for flammables, pyrotechnics, explosives, high voltage, projectiles, or other potentially dangerous items, and it is probably not the right place for fragile or highly valuable items. If you would like to exhibit your art to HOPE Number Nine, please email a brief description of what you would like to bring to email@example.com. Include any special requirements.
CALL FOR BADGE ART, LOGOS
This year's badge is going to be an extra special artistic homage to the work Hackers have been doing since HOPE first began in 1994. We're looking for logos, icons, posters, schematics and visual mementos of all kinds as part of this special collaborative art project. Submit anything you find relevant in SVG format to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a 300 word description of why this piece of art is important.
CALL FOR COLLABORATION AREAS
HOPE is a collaborative event and we're looking to create one of the largest Meta-Hackerspaces ever attempted. In addition to the Project and Workshop Area, we're looking for Hackerspace participants and like-minded persons to gather together and create a dynamic collaborative space for social and technical collaboration. See the separate Call for Hackerspaces page for more information, and email email@example.com for more information on how to get involved!