7 - 8/10/2016
ART & DATA
Art is no longer confined by the limits of galleries or established formats. Technology can help us breathe life into collections, open them up to the public and share art across the world. We invite you to create something innovative using art, code and inspiration in just 24 hours during the Art Data Hackathon.
Slovak National Gallery and Nasjonalmuseet Norway will provide data, mentors and media to work with, as well as ample drinks and snacks to support you on your creative journey. Whether you are a web developer, graphic designer, UI/UX specialist, game programmer, filmmaker or sound artist, we will make sure your skills are matched by like-minded creatives.
The event is part of "Art, collections and data across borders" project, supported by Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein in the framework of the EEA Financial Mechanism and the state budget of the Slovak Republic.Registrations open until 5.10.2016
During the hackathon teams will be supported by an international selection of experienced mentors
Amalia Roxana Filip aka chaosdroid plays mostly with sound, live visuals and graphics. Her latest research topic is VR
Matej has a keen interest in artificial intelligence, natural interfaces, multi-agent modeling and computer vision. He uses his technical skills to create captivating online and offline experience at Mladý pes.
general director SNG
Besides being a curator and General Director at SNG, Alexandra lectures at the Department of History of art at The Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University. She devotes herself to the art of 20. century and its role in other disciplines.
Dušan is the head curator of Old Art Collections at the Slovak National Gallery. He specializes in medieval art and sculpture, partly also art and architecture of the 20th century and the issues of museology and heritage preservation.
digital collection team
Magnus Bognerud and Gro Benedicte Pedersen provide insights to the Nasjonalmuseet collections and metadata. Dag Hensten is the developer of samling.nasjonalmuseet.no and will provide methods and tips on how to get the most out of the DigitaltMuseum API.
Teams share progress, problems & plans
Intro to collaboration via Git for Designers and Developers
Using the Webumenia Elastic Search API
Using the Nasjonalmuseet content API
Served by Berlinka
Teams are actively supported by mentors
Teams present their creations in a 5 minute live demo open to the public
Most Original Concept
Afterparty: Cid Rim Live (LuckyMe, Affine Records/AT)
Besides delicious food & beverages and super fast WiFi, we will provide the following media and tech resources:
Winners will be awarded in the categories: Best Prototype, Most Original Concept and Best Presentation
High quality in house prints from SNG
From SNG & Nasjonalmuseet