Hamventures NYC: Week of 2019.11.18

Published: 2019-11-17 23:27:34 -0500 -0500

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This week: ML, Processing, and climate change

Hamventures NYC

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Monday (2019.11.18)

TECH: Training and deploying ML models with containers 2ith IBM Developer Network - Free with snacks and drinks provided

Tuesday (2019.11.19)

ART: Movie Night with Princeton University’s department of music - Princeton University composers showcase their work at the intersection of modern composition and video projection, free

TECH: Platformization meetup @ LinkedIn - various talks on Platformization, food and drinks provided, free

Wednesday (2019.11.20)

CLIMATE/ACTION: Climate Convention: 24 hours of reality @ House of Yes - Learn about the current climate crisis and what you can do about it, free

Thursday (2019.11.21)

ART/DISCUSSION: Artists navigating digital borders with CultureHub - Exploring the questions: “What is the impact of emerging digital borders on the lives, work, and practices of artists? What are the hurdles artists face when transgressing digital borders in response to national borders?”, free

GAMES/DISCUSSION: Winnie Song @ NYU Game Center Lecture Series - Talk titled “Games for the Gut”, free

STARTUPS: Ellis Accelerator Fall 2019 Demo Day @ AWS Loft - come hear members of the fall 2019 cohort pitch their startups, free

Friday (2019.11.22)

ART: Keith Haring exhibition @ Martin Lawrence galleries - A collection of paintings, posters, graphics and prints by the artist - free

MUSIC: Gesaffelstein @ Kings Theatre - $55

Saturday (2019.11.23)

ART/CODE: Creative Coding workshop @ Pioneer Works (2-day workshop) - 8 hours (over 2 days) of hands-on workshopping using creative coding framework Processing, $150

MUSIC: Gramatik, Opiuo, and Balkan @ Avant Gardner - $40

Sunday (2019.11.24)

ART/DISCUSSION: Jacolby Satterwhite in conversation with Thomas Lax @ Pioneer Works - “conversation with curator Thomas Lax to expound and reflect upon his digital animations, virtual worlds, and the 3D-printed sculptures that serve as their physical counterparts”, free

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