Mar 27, 2020 Mar 27, 2020
12:00AM 12:00AM pARTner Project - Art Hack-a-thon: University Event Topic: Arts,College,Community,Diversity,Special Event,Student & Campus LifeSchool: Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Arts at Emory,Campus Life,Office of Sustainability Initiatives,SustainabilityBuilding/Room: Student Center (Emory Student Center) ESCMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Student InitiativeEvent Open To: All StudentsCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAnKsSI4iwMPEgjdv1W8xSJys7bjm5KczQCr5jc3ak6D_aMQ/viewformContact Name: Cynthia PengContact Email: partnerproject.emory@gmail.comLink: https://partnerproject.wixsite.com/emoryThis Arts "Hack-a-thon" idea draws inspiration from the more traditional "hack-a-thons" that involve computer coding. If you're not familiar with these types of events, their typical structure involves gathering students who have 24-48 hours to complete computer coding challenges. We love the rigor and the challenge of this type of competition, and we feel that it will be an engaging, fun, and exciting way to bring Emory students together from all backgrounds, majors, and art-medium interests to create works of art together in one day! And by works of art, we definitely are NOT limiting that to visual arts like painting! It can be anything from theatrical performances, original musical compositions, dances, sculpting, photography, spoken-word, short stories, spray-painting...any forms of art are welcome! In fact, we hope to have as many different types of art represented and we also want to encourage artists who specialize in different art mediums to collaborate together as well (though it is certainly not mandatory). Ideally, we hope to have a good representation involving around 10 different groups for the event, which will be taking place in the new Student Center (ESC) starting Friday, March 27th, 2020. With an emphasis on group work and no creative limit on the groups’ visions, we hope to achieve a wonderful amalgamation of dancers, musicians, graphic designers, actors, sculptors, and poets working together to create unique, sustainable, and powerful multi-media pieces that provoke thought and inspire others at Emory and beyond. + Student Center, Emory, 605 Asbury Cir, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
RSVP Sync to Goggle Event Details
12:00AM 12:00AM pARTner Project - Art Hack-a-thon: University Event Topic: Arts,College,Community,Diversity,Special Event,Student & Campus LifeSchool: Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Arts at Emory,Campus Life,Office of Sustainability Initiatives,SustainabilityBuilding/Room: Student Center (Emory Student Center) ESCMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Student InitiativeEvent Open To: All StudentsCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAnKsSI4iwMPEgjdv1W8xSJys7bjm5KczQCr5jc3ak6D_aMQ/viewformContact Name: Cynthia PengContact Email: partnerproject.emory@gmail.comLink: https://partnerproject.wixsite.com/emoryThis Arts "Hack-a-thon" idea draws inspiration from the more traditional "hack-a-thons" that involve computer coding. If you're not familiar with these types of events, their typical structure involves gathering students who have 24-48 hours to complete computer coding challenges. We love the rigor and the challenge of this type of competition, and we feel that it will be an engaging, fun, and exciting way to bring Emory students together from all backgrounds, majors, and art-medium interests to create works of art together in one day! And by works of art, we definitely are NOT limiting that to visual arts like painting! It can be anything from theatrical performances, original musical compositions, dances, sculpting, photography, spoken-word, short stories, spray-painting...any forms of art are welcome! In fact, we hope to have as many different types of art represented and we also want to encourage artists who specialize in different art mediums to collaborate together as well (though it is certainly not mandatory). Ideally, we hope to have a good representation involving around 10 different groups for the event, which will be taking place in the new Student Center (ESC) starting Friday, March 27th, 2020. With an emphasis on group work and no creative limit on the groups’ visions, we hope to achieve a wonderful amalgamation of dancers, musicians, graphic designers, actors, sculptors, and poets working together to create unique, sustainable, and powerful multi-media pieces that provoke thought and inspire others at Emory and beyond. + Student Center, Emory, 605 Asbury Cir, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
RSVP Sync to Goggle Event Details
06:00PM 06:00PM *CANCELED* Emory Arts Hackathon: pARTner Project: University Event Topic: Academics,Arts,College,Community,Entertainment,Health,Humanities,Ongoing Event,Student & Campus Life,SustainabilitySchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Arts at Emory,Center for Creativity & Arts,Office of Sustainability Initiatives,SustainabilityRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAnKsSI4iwMPEgjdv1W8xSJys7bjm5KczQCr5jc3ak6D_aMQ/viewformMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: The Partner ProjectCost: Free - registration required.Contact Name: Cynthia PengContact Email: cynthia.peng@emory.eduLink: https://partnerproject.wixsite.com/emoryTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED/CANCELED. Any updates for future events and rescheduled performances will be posted online and on the Arts at Emory calendar. Visit here for more information on Emory University’s response to COVID-19. A collaborative art endeavor to raise awareness in Sustainability. If you're not familiar with these types of events, their typical structure involves gathering students who have 24-48 hours to complete computer coding challenges. By works of art, we definitely are NOT limiting that to visual arts like painting!  It can be anything from theatrical performances, original musical compositions, dances, sculpting, photography, short stories, spray-painting...any forms of art are welcome! This year's theme for the Arts "Hack-a-thon" is SUSTAINABILITY. All artistic creations made during the event need to be based around the theme of sustainability, whether that means executing your pieces and compositions by using solely sustainable or recycled materials, making your subject matter entirely about sustainability and environmental issues, or (preferably) both! ​ One for All. Sign up as a group or an individual. Questions? Email us!:  partnerproject.emory@gmail.com + Emory Student Center<br>605 Asbury Cir, <br>Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
RSVP Sync to Goggle Event Details