[Noisebridge-announce] Deadline for art submissions for HOPE badge: Wednesday, May 9
aestetix at gmail.com
Sun May 6 12:44:18 PDT 2012
For those who missed it before, we are asking communities all over the
world to send in art submissions to be part of the badge for this years'
HOPE conference, which takes place at New York's Hotel Pennsylvania from
13-15 July 2012.
We've gotten some very positive responses, and yet we have to close
submissions soon so we can actually create the badge. If you want to be
part of it, please send your hackerspace or project logos (or
representative images) in SVG file format to hackerspace at hope.net. We will
be accepting submissions until Wednesday, May 9, so please get your
submissions in before then.
We looking forward to seeing all of you at the conference!
On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 9:52 PM, aestetix aestetix <aestetix at gmail.com>
> If you keep up with BoingBoing or the EFF, you've probably heard about
> HOPE Number Nine, 2600 Magazine's conference happening 13-15 July 2012 at
> the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City. You might even have asked yourself
> "how can I contribute?"
> This year's badge is going to be an extra special collaborative art
> project, an homage to the work hackers have been doing since HOPE began in
> 1994. We'd love for you to be part of it. We're asking for hackerspaces and
> similar groups all over the world to contribute something that represents
> their community-- logos, posters, schematics, and other visual mementos
> with which you identify-- to be included in a conference-wide display that
> will represent activism, technology, art, and anything else about which
> you're passionate. The badge will be extremely visible, and you'll be able
> to wear it with pride.
> If you want to share your passions in a very simple and easy way, send
> your art sample to hackerspace at hope.net. Please use SVG format for
> images, and include a paragraph about why your project or community is
> Additionally, we've put a call out for cool projects your hackerspace
> might want to show off, such as trans-continental balloons, DNA computers,
> cube satellites, open-source lathes, mills, 3D Printers, laser cutters, and
> more! We'll also have a 24/7 workshop area where people can collaborate at
> the conference. Email hackerspace at hope.net for more information, or check
> PS: for the month of April, HOPE will donate 10% of ticket proceeds to the
> EFF to further the fight for digital freedom.
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