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Monday, January 27, 2020

PeabodyHacks 2020 Mixer & Info Session
Open Classroom, Arthur Friedheim Library &
Facebook Live!
6 – 7 pm
Join us in the Arthur Friedheim Library for tips, tricks, and inspiration for this year’s Hacking Harmony 2.0: Access & Performance. Open to all students currently enrolled in a degree program at a college or university with a Baltimore Campus. Meet other hackers and artists, and enjoy free pizza on us!

Thursday, January 30th 2020 

Lunch & Learn: Managing an Artist-run Record Label 
Open Classroom (2nd floor of the Arthur Friedheim Library)
12:30pm
Kite will speak to her work as the founder of Unheard Records, hosted by LAUNCHPad and AFL. The mission of Unheard Records is “to focus on the curation of femme, minority, queer, under-represented experimental artists… we provide unique works a place to be heard.”

Kite & madam data Live in Performance 
George Peabody Library
7pm
Join us for a live performance by guest artist Kite and Philadelphia-based musician madam data as a lead-in to this year’s hackathon. This performance is free and open to the public. 

Hackathon Schedule

All Hackathon events will take place at the Arthur Friedheim Library on the Peabody Institute campus. Dinner Friday, midnight food break, snacks, breakfast, and lunch will be provided.

Workshop: Nonhuman Futures
Open Classroom (2nd floor of the Arthur Friedheim Library)
2pm-3pm Friday, January 31

Join Kite for a workshop about technology and representing experimental electronic sound works by femme, minority, queer, and under-represented experimental artists. 

3pm-4pm Friday, January 31
Introduction, registration, and team building for folks in search of collaborators

4pm Friday, January 31
Hacking begins!

8pm Friday, January 31
Pop-up performance by Peabody Computer Music & VIBES

10pm Friday, January 31
Pop-up performance by Peabody Computer Music & VIBES

11am Saturday, February 1
DIY Electronic Instruments: An Interactive Workshop w/ Bonnie Jones
Join electronic musician Bonnie Jones for an interactive introduction to DIY electronic instruments! Hands-on fun with homemade contact microphones, photo-oscillator instruments, circuit bent guitar pedals, and more! Explore and collaborate with unusual new electronic sounds! 
To register, visit https://peabody.asapconnected.com/#CourseID=216183

1:30pm Saturday, February 1
Pop-up performance by Peabody Dance, Peabody Computer Music & VIBES

4pm Saturday, February 1
Hacking ENDS and projects are submitted

5:30pm
Awards ceremony