What is BarCamp Deland?
BarCamp Deland is an ad-hoc unconference event centered around technology. It aims to bring people together from different backgrounds like web-design, photography, graphic design, art, music, web-development and technology for cooperative learning. It’s an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from attendees. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.
Who should come?
- Anybody interested in technology and the creative industry
- Programmers, Designers, Photographers, Artists, Marketers, Entrepreneurs, Writers
- If you’re interested in meeting and making a connection with others in the local tech industry.
- If you have something to teach or learn from others related to technology.
The event will be held Saturday, November 16th in Downtown Deland from 9:00am-5pm. Registration is from 8:30am.-9:30am. The talks start at 9:30 am.
Registering will let you print a ticket which gives you the right to a free meal, t-shirts and whatever other giveaways we might hand out at the event.Tickets are limited, so get yours today. Get your ticket
This Friday night (October 25, 2013), Students Joe Palermo and Jacob Frisenda and Associate Professor Matt Roberts of the Digital Arts program, will be performing as EMP: Electronic Mobile Performance at the Creative City Project in downtown Orlando.
EMP: Electronic Mobile Performance is a collaborative, multimedia project involving faculty and students from Stetson’s Digital Arts program. The group’s primary mission is to explore collaborative artistic production using new technologies, and to find new ways of presenting art outside of traditional venues. EMP is directed and founded by Matt Roberts.