We’ll be moving web hosts, so you’ll note the current URL has changed slightly (old.thehacktory.org). As we migrate our content to the new server, you’ll be re-directed to our normal URL.
Hello Hacktory community, we are exploring acquiring additional space for The Hacktory and are conducting a survey. We’re interested in finding out what equipment you’d like to use, if you’re potentially interested in what a Hacktory membership could offer, and whether you might be interested in co-working or studio space. Please fill out the survey […]
We have a ton of new classes this summer, and they start this Saturday! They are so exciting that I think I’ll just list them! Much more information on the classes can be found right here. DIY Traffic & Bike Counting Sat, May 31 2014 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. We’ve gotten our hands on […]
The Hacktory is excited to announce it has selected 4 Fellowships and 6 Philadelphia-based Artists-In-Residence for our inaugural Unknown Territory Fellowship and Artist-In-Residency programs. Both programs offer the selected artists the opportunity to learn and explore at the edges of technology and art, literally in unchartered territory, to create new experiences and new possibilities with […]
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We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our Unknown Territory Residency and Fellowship! We won a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as part of it’s Knight Arts Challenge to make this project happen, and with the help of 262 kickstarter backers, we were able […]
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In case you wondered, we won’t be having project night tonight. Our book swap with Girl Develop It and Code for Philly meetup are both postponed, so stay home and keep warm.
Due to bad weather and road conditions, we’re canceling our focus group scheduled for 2 pm today (unfortunately). Thank you to everyone who signed up, and we hope you can make it to one of the other sessions scheduled, which are this Tuesday the 28th at 6:30 pm, or next Saturday the 1st at 11 […]
Force Field is a new opportunity for artists in Philadelphia to do “large-scale installation, film, audio/video, and performance work. The work should be experimental, engage the public and no more than 3 years old.” If you’re familiar with Data Garden, then some of the amazing and talented artists behind Force Field will be familiar to you. From their […]
We’re still planning on hosting Jason Fagone and Kevin Smith today to talk about building a 200-mpg car by hand, and the spirit of American invention. Jason and Kevin are coming from another event in NJ and may be a bit delayed, but we’ll still be there at 3 to welcome you in from the […]
One of the benefits of being part of the Department of Making + Doing is that we’ve had access to more resources, such as a grant we won from the Cognizant Foundation, which is doing a lot to support the creation of maker programs around the country. One of the first things we decided to […]