Published November 12, 2015
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MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA—The Hackathon is one of a series of Tribeca Film Institute’s Tribeca Hacks program, which creates events around the world to increase understanding and broaden participation in the field of interactive storytelling. Workshops give creative media artists the insight and skills to develop robust interactive prototypes or projects that effectively engage with audiences.
Additionally, it provides a chance to experiment with new tools and the latest technologies. These workshops place heavy emphasis on showcasing innovation in this field for artists, funders and the public. A primary goal of the program is to teach new modes of storytelling to filmmakers and, in turn, to broaden technologists’ portfolios and skill sets by working with new partners. Tribeca Hacks is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma, will be hosting this event for interactive storytellers, Dec 3-6. It’s offered in partnership with Vision Maker Media, Tribeca Film Institute, Pacific Islanders in Communications, OETA and Bacone. The four-day event will feature creative talent from across the United States in a medium in which all filmmakers, designers, technologists, visual artists and storytellers will find inspiration.