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Hack for Change Miami

  1. 1. HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMIwelcome to
  2. 2. Saturday08:30a Doors & Coffee10:00a Welcome: Intro to Civic Hacking & Miami Themes11:00a Keynote Speaker Alberto Cairo11:30a Eat, Your Ideas (Ideation & Lunch)01:30p Coding, Writing, Dreaming ,Thinking07:00p Dinner11:00p Doors close for the nightSunday8:00a Doors & Coffee2:30p Prepare Presentations3:30p Presentations6:00p Wrap Up7:00p Very Happy Hour
  3. 3. @hfcMiami#hackforchange# h f c m i a m i#code2sustain  
  4. 4. HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMIhackforchangemiami.org
  5. 5. Personal Needs + Public Data = ValueProblems + Civic Hacking = Solutions
  6. 6. Like us? Tell us!
  7. 7. Saturday08:30a Doors & Coffee10:00a Welcome: Intro to Civic Hacking & Miami Themes11:00a Keynote Speaker Alberto Cairo11:30a Eat, Your Ideas (Ideation & Lunch)01:30p Coding, Writing, Dreaming ,Thinking07:00p Dinner11:00p Doors close for the nightSunday8:00a Doors & Coffee2:30p Prepare Presentations3:30p Presentations6:00p Wrap Up7:00p Very Happy Hour
  8. 8. #artofcivichackingUse government data as raw material for artistic expression.Anything goes.What do we look like when visualized by artists + programmersworking together?What do we sound like if composers use government data sets asthe fuel for music composition?  HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMIThe Art of Civic Hacking
  9. 9. “ARTis asummoning ofattention” Sven Birkerts
  10. 10. An ExhibitionComing in Fall 2013HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI#artofcivichacking
  11. 11. The Artist’s Role in the Datasphere1.  To  interpret  and  cri/cize:  data  flows  through  the  ar/st,  who  experiences  it  and  synthesizes  sub-­‐ra/onal  conclusions.  2.  To  enlist  the  role  of  the  senses:  data  is  made  visible  or  audible,  to  explore  and  understand.  3.  To  evangelize  data  uses:  art  is  propaganda,  art  pre-­‐visualizes  the  future.  4.  To   please:   art’s   domain   is   the   aesthe/c   and   emo/onal.   To  make  preFy  stuff.  Burt RosenbergHACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI
  12. 12. How Data is Used Artistically1.  Raw  material  for  unrelated  outcomes:  algorithmic  art  2.  The   central   object   of   study:   visualiza/on   methods   or  reinterpreta/on  to    make  direct  3.  A   reflec/on   of   distant   reali/es   to   re-­‐experience:   real-­‐/me  feeds,  open  API’s;  think  cubism  or  poin/llism  4.  The   fabric   for   reality’s   contextual   clothing:   data   is   somehow  the  subject  maFer  Burt RosenbergHACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI
  13. 13. How is government data used artistically?What is the role of data in direct democracy?Burt RosenbergHACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI
  14. 14. Experiencing DataPiotr KowalskiMaking sensible the abstract
  15. 15. Experiencing DataMaking visible the crisis of world populationPiotr Kowalski
  16. 16. The New Data VernacularData is all around, it is part of our worldLast  Login  by  Mika  Rosenberg  
  17. 17. Using DataTo make music, such as the FMS symphonyhttp://csvsoundsystem.github.io/fms-treasury-statements-site/
  18. 18. Using DataTo make attractive and informative displays
  19. 19. How do we make Miami a transformationaltechnology hot spot?By coding and building resilience withbreakthrough and disruptive technologiesfocused on sustainability.HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI
  20. 20. @hfcMiami#hackforchange# h f c m i a m i#code2sustain  
  21. 21. www.flickr.com/groups/hackforchange/
  22. 22. Saturday08:30a Doors & Coffee10:00a Welcome: Intro to Civic Hacking & Miami Themes11:00a Keynote Speaker Alberto Cairo11:30a Eat, Your Ideas (Ideation & Lunch)01:30p Coding, Writing, Dreaming ,Thinking07:00p Dinner11:00p Doors close for the nightSunday8:00a Doors & Coffee2:30p Prepare Presentations3:30p Presentations6:00p Wrap Up7:00p Very Happy Hour
  23. 23. Richard Bookman- J Danny Lafuente - Wifredo Fernandez -Monica Ochaney - Rebekah Monson - Sawsan Khuri - BrettHudson - Michael Sarasti - Andrej Kostresevic - Jaap Donath- Allan Tito - Jaime Shycko - Ernie Hsiung - Chris Sopher -Ashley Arostegui - Assia Alexandrova - Steven Luis - ElaineChen - Lyndi Bowman - Matt Haggman - Burt RosenbergHACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMICast and Crew
  24. 24. MiamiWiki.orgAbout Miami. By Miami. For Miami.HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI
  25. 25. meetup.com/Code-for-Miami/Open civic hack night Mondays @7 p.m. @ The LAB starting 6/10!
  26. 26. meetup.com/Hacks-Hackers-Miami/@hackshackersmia#hhmiajoin the media revolution | rebooting journalism
  27. 27. Saturday08:30a Doors & Coffee10:00a Welcome: Intro to Civic Hacking & Miami Themes11:00a Keynote Speaker Alberto Cairo11:30a Eat, Your Ideas (Ideation & Lunch)01:30p Coding, Writing, Dreaming ,Thinking07:00p Dinner11:00p Doors close for the nightSunday8:00a Doors & Coffee2:30p Prepare Presentations3:30p Presentations6:00p Wrap Up7:00p Very Happy Hour
  28. 28. Like us? Tell us!
  29. 29. communities.socrata.comTools for Civic Hacking
  30. 30. Your Feedback Pleasec4a.me/hackhackforchange.org/survey  HACK FOR CHANGE: MIAMI

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