April 20 - 22, 2012 | Paris, France
Music Hack Paris is a weekend event during which groups of creators gather to imagine, design and build innovative projects around music.
This music hackathon is brought to you by the Google Cultural Institute and Joshfire, in partnership with UNESCO's International Jazz Day.
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The word “Hack” is to be read in its original meaning: makers, coders and inventors come together to build something new, ruthless and brilliant in a short period of time.
Friday evening is dedicated to kickoff, lightning talks and idea brainstorms. Hacking takes place after that until Sunday 2pm where the best hacks will be elected by a jury. Meals will be provided during the whole weekend for breakfasts, lunches and diners.
The event is free of charge for every participants.
La Cartonnerie in the 11th Arrondissement of Paris starting on the evening of Friday, April 20, 2012. Doors will open on Friday at 6pm and the kickoff presentations will start soon after.
It is possible to stay during the nights. However the doors will be closed from 2am to 9am. The building has a bathroom with showers.
International Jazz Day and interact with the jazz musicians who will be there, including UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Herbie Hancock.
Latest pictures, sounds and videos of the event:
- Uncut video of the weekend, by Google
- Friday and Saturday pictures by Steren
- Final presentations by Michel Levy-Provencal
- Video of final presentations by Maurice Svay
- Pictures by Laura
- Sounds of the weekend by Steren
- The weekend in pictures by Adrien Jarthon
- Lina singing on Friday evening by Niko
- Herbie Hancock talking to participants on a video