Sorry, Thursday 17th has now sold out!
Please join us for lots of buzz and creative activity on Friday 18th and the gigs and party on Saturday 19th!
Register here for the 3D Music Hack camp
Check out our website for more information http://www.musictechfest.org/
We are organising the first ever Music Tech Fest in London on the 17-19 May, by pulling the entire music technology ecosystem under one roof - from the big guys in the music industry and media, music tech startups and apps creators, to developers, researchers, artists, performers, creatives and hackers.
When & Where
Ravensbourne in partnership with Stromatolite
Ravensbourne is a world-class digital destination developing talented individuals and leading-edge businesses through learning, skills, applied research, enterprise and innovation.
Ravensbourne is also a university sector college innovating in digital media and design, with a vocationally focused portfolio of courses, spanning fashion, television and broadcasting, interactive product design, architecture and environment design, graphic design, animation, moving image, music production for media and sound design.
Ravensbourne is a centre of excellence, industry accredited and a Skillset Media Academy.
Stromatolite is a design research lab founded in Shoreditch, London, in 2000, by Michela Magas and Peter Russell-Clarke.
For over 10 years Stromatolite has developed concepts for a series of international clients including Apple, Nike and Nokia, as well as educational methodologies for the Royal College of Art Design Products, Goldsmiths MA Design Critical Practice, and a series of international creative workshops. While Peter is now part of the Apple Industrial Design Team, Michela has continued to build teams focusing on visual communication, music tech and Open Product concepts.
Stromatolite has been awarded the UK Technology Strategy Board: Collaboration in Digital Industries, the EU FP7 award for MIReS: the future of music tech, the UK Technology Strategy Board award for Open Product Licenses and the NEMart award for art meets science. The team now includes 22 collaborators from different fields.