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Tuesday, May 17 • 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Hack A City: Working Together for the Creative Good FILLING

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A hackfest focused on harnessing technology to create a city responsive to artists needs. Open Source City of Boulder Colorado Government demographic data will be provided. 

Make the most of all possibilities with open-source information on housing costs, transportation needs, neighborhood statistics, and more from the City of Boulder's census data, as well as the insight of local artists and arts professionals from BMoCA , and the knowledge and tools of The Blow Things Up Lab, Quick Left, and name.com to create a website or mobile application. 

Teams will be created night of the event. Winning team will receive two VIP MediaLive tickets (includes open bar at all events and exclusive artist BBQ). With a three hour time limit, demonstrate the power of collaboration when arts and technology combine!

Speakers
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Matt Chasansky

Manager, Boulder Office of Arts + Culture
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Jared Ewy

Senior Correspondent, Name.com
Radio guy, writer and comic who had no idea that all these years he was marketing and branding. Likes olives.
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Simone Johnson

Marketing Manager, Quick Left
Simone is a digital marketer focusing on achieving marketing success in an ever-changing technological landscape. She is an advocate for women, people of color and LGBTQ people in tech, and enjoys working in the community to help further young people's interests in programming, design and business.
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Abhishek Narula

PhD Student, Unversity of Colorado, Boulder
An avid DIYer/Maker, Abhishek’s interest lies in critically examining advancements in human computer interaction through the development of novel methods of computing. By designing expressive and engaging systems, he hopes to bring important social and political issues in the forefront of the public discourse.


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