We welcome you to come and join us on Saturday, 20th August when will be gathering in Fitzroy to use our geek super powers for Good!!!
We will be working with the team from Friends of the Earth Australia to build and connect various websites and web technologies.
FOEA is a non-profit community organization who does heaps of good work for the planet. We have the plan, so come and help build it!
This session is aimed at people who have skills or for those wanting to learn new skills in these areas.We are especially wanting people with CSS, Drupal, web copy writing and processing images for the web.
Hosted at http://hivestudio.com.au, 17 Kerr Street Fitzroy, Melbourne, @ 9:30am
We will provide internet, power and workspace. To bribe you we also have free yummy lunch and FREE BEER.
Please join us to open the exhibition and to celebrate the power of creativity, collaboration and Design4Change at 6pm, on Thursday 21 July, at Vibewire Enterprise Hub, 525 Harris Street Ultimo.
Design4Change is an initiative of 3things and works with design, communications and business students in their final year of study to create inspiring and innovative social justice campaigns, designed to create change
Positive Posters provides a shared platform that encourages designers to be proactive in shaping important issues. We believe in the ability of design to inspire minds, change attitudes and spark revolutions.
The 2011 Positive Posters brief asks you to design a poster that highlights or exposes an issue specific to your own country, someone else’s or one that is international. It could be social, environmental or political; anything that you believe deserves a global audience and could be better seen or understood.
The TAC’s Make a Film Make a Difference (MAFMAD) competition is looking for two young Victorians to create a short film about looking after their mates on the road.
Budding filmmakers aged up to 25 years old have until 20 June to submit their ideas on the 2011 theme, Party in the Car.
The best two short film ideas will receive a $20,000 production budget and the help of mentors to produce their film, plus $5,000 prize money. The winning films will be shown online and at music festivals next summer.