[builds-list] Fwd: [hamr-discuss] Music Tech Fest Boston -- Call for proposals
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From: Jonathan Marmor <jmarmor at gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 6:29 PM
Subject: [hamr-discuss] Music Tech Fest Boston -- Call for proposals
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(apologies for cross posting)
A wonderful music technology festival -- creatively named "Music Tech Fest"
-- is coming to Microsoft New England Research and Development in
Cambridge, Massachusetts March 21 - 23, the week before HAMR Philly.
They've had festivals in London the last two years, and are doing another
one in New Zealand literally right now. I was at the one in London last
year and found it to be delightful.
The festival comprises two days of 15 minute talks, performances, and
demos, plus a hackathon and possibly sound art installations. The
organizers are seeking informal proposals for presentations. Presentations
can be just about anything related to both music and technology, can be a
talk and/or music performance, and should be 10 to 15 minutes. Proposals
should be a title and a few sentences describing what you want to do. Note:
there is no money involved, but there will be press there, including "BBC
Click" which will be profiling their favorite presentations.
If you've got something (or somethings) you'd like to present, please send
me a proposal (at jmarmor at gmail.com) and I'll pass it along. Feel free to
send this to folks you think might want to present.
Oh, and here's the URL of the festival series: http://www.musictechfest.org/
Up next: HAMR 2014 at Columbia
January 25-26th, New York, NY
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