Garage48 Wood hackathon is back!
For the 2nd time we are inviting wood industry practitioners, industrial designers and architects, engineers, wood processing wizards and students from fields of wood, engineering, design, art and entrepreneurship to come together and hack your creativeness into wood.
What would you create out of wood in the public space? How to best showcase the practicality and beauty of wood on the streets, in public buildings, in the nature and all other places that are openly accessible for us all? These upcoming 48 hours are your perfect playground to try it out!
Garage48 Wood 2 is organized by Garage48, Tsenter – Puidutöötlemise ja mööblitootmise kompetentsikeskus and Vidzemes plānošanas reģions as a part of Wood & Furniture project in the Interreg Estonia – Latvia Programme. Our venue will be Cesis School of Technologies and Design with a fully equipped wood workshop and on-site mentors.
Designers, architects, joiners/technologists, constructors/engineers, wood industry practitioners from Estonia and Latvia, marketers/business developers and passionate project managers – come and build your ideas into wooden prototypes in 48 hours.
Early Woody tickets with 12€ are on sale until Nov 5th!
We’ll help you to form a team and give you tools and equipment. During the hackathon we will take good care of you – you will be mentored by the wood industry experts and on-site woodworking action team, fed the yummiest and introduced to cool new people!
We have pre-events, free transportation and accommodation provided for you.
More info from our webpage: http://garage48.org/events/garage48-wood-2
If you have questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
SCREW IT, LET’S DO IT!
Garage48 Wood hackathon is a part of the Wood & Furniture project in the Interreg Estonia-Latvia programme. The project is financed by the European Regional Development Fund and co-financed by the Ministry of Finance and supported by Cesis School of Technologies and Design.
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