A creative arts and technology jam


You will receive an acceptance/rejection email in the next week


We encourage anyone from any discipline or background to apply, no experience needed.

February 17th Workshops 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
February 18th Hackathon 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Biolounge at CU’s Museum of Natural History

Free Raspberry Pi’s, Grove Pi sensors , & food for participants

About us

This creative arts and tech jam encourages university students and other community members to engage in building and designing creative and innovative ways to interact with the BlockyTalky. BlockyTalky was developed in the Lab for Playful Computation and is an educative tool kit based around the Raspberry Pi that allows for teaching modern computer programming and networking to kids and adults by inspiring them to build creative and meaningful projects. We will provide optional workshops the night before the jam on February 17 from 5-9pm to get participants comfortable with the BlockyTalky toolkit. The jam will take place on February 18 from 9am-9pm where teams will build, create, and design new and innovative ways to interact and engage with creative technologies. The technology is easy enough for beginners, but can be expanded upon in many creative ways for people who are experienced with developing creative tech. We aim to involve artists, computer scientists, musicians, engineers, and any other group that may be interested in participating in a collaborative space to design and build creative projects.


APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED. You will receive an acceptance/rejection email in the next week.

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