The Hackathon is back for a third year

For the first time, Rouyn-Noranda, Saguenay and Sherbrooke will host the event. Over one weekend, participants will have to develop a digital device to achieve the specific objective of making culture accessible to everyone.

Designers, graphic artists, programmers, coders, communications and marketing professionals, entrepreneurs, and culture and digital technology enthusiasts are all invited to come with their ideas, creativity and hare-brained schemes; the organizers will provide the rest! (activities and meals included during the weekend) Register now!


Hackathon | Saguenay - at the Moulin à Cie

The Moulin à Cie invites artists, developers, programmers and free spirits to push digital technology to the limit to showcase the culture and eccentricity of the Saguenay Region.
Use your knowledge and creativity to develop an app prototype, website or video game.

FREE REGISTRATION



Hackathon | Sherbrooke - at La Fabrique

La Fabrique and Sporobole invite connected artists and energetic developers to come and break down the barriers between digital technology and culture. Invent a device, an app or an artwork that makes people think about the scope of technological progress.

FREE REGISTRATION



Uqathon | Rouyn-Noranda - at the Petit Théâtre du Vieux Noranda

The University of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT) invites students, artists, professionals and the curious with various levels of skills in technology, design, programming, and marketing to work together to create a digital device.


FREE REGISTRATION


The Hackathon will also be a big party for which the digital artists and professionals have put together a wonderful program of virtual reality, film screenings, creation of interactive artworks, and a festive early evening social hour! Wait no more; consult the program now!

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The hackathons of the Journées de la culture are organized as part of Quebec’s Digital Culture Plan (QDCP), initiated by the Quebec Department of Culture and Communications.