If you live in San Francisco or Bay Area you better don’t miss this amazing event that is happening in San Francisco on this weekend.
It’s called “The Creators Project” and it’s defined by its creators as “the world’s epicenter of technology and innovation”, and where you will find a colossal two-day art and technology festival featuring towering multimedia art installations, live music performances, film screenings, and panels.
As you can see in their website, “during the weekend of 17 & 18 March, artworks will be on display, and over the course of the festival we’ll be screening films and hosting panel discussions like Artist as Researcher and The Creative Potential of the Modern Web with our San Francisco hackathon winners, as well as creative coding workshops. Off the Grid food trucks will be providing delectable street food all weekend long.”
To know more about this event, visit their website, or check the summarized information bellow!
The Creators Project San Francisco
Saturday, March 17; 12 PM—2 AM
Sunday, March 18; 10 AM—9 PM
San Francisco, CA
TICKET UPDATE: The RSVP for The Creators Project: San Francisco 2012 is currently closed. If you received a ticket for Saturday and absolutely cannot attend, you may give your ticket to a friend. Feel free to use this forum as an unofficial hub for exchanging tickets. Please note: this is a FREE event, so selling tickets is strongly discouraged. We will be checking IDs, but only if you wish to drink alcohol.
There is NO RSVP required for Sunday, so come down with your friends and family and enjoy all the interactive art, films, artist talks, panel discussions, and workshops!