The Tribeca Film Institute Invites Creative Media Artists to Unique One Day Hackathons: Experiment With Interactive Storytelling

The first Tribeca Hacks workshop will be held in Cambridge, MA November 3rd, 2012 at MIT's Open Documentary Lab in collaboration with Zeega.

"These workshops give creative media artists the insight and skills to create robust interactive projects that effectively engage with audiences and the chance to experiment with new tools and technologies. They also showcase innovation in this field for artists, funders and the public. A primary goal of the workshops is to build new relationships between media artists, technologists and designers.'

Zeega is an open-source platform designed such that people can make interactive stories on the internet without having to program.

Thanks to Nick Demartino and StoryCode for the link.

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