HackteriaLab 2014 Schedule
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Tentative Detail Schedule (to be update)
- pre-sessions, arrival of participants
- 10-12 April
Prepare Kedai Kebun Forum’s (KKF) space as our ground, hub, working space and start working there.
- 13 April
Local and international participants arriving, welcome dinner
- 14 April
11h:Hackteria Lab Intro @ KKF
Introducing KKF space as the ground; Introducing all three focuses along with the coordinators, communities in charge and existing programs; Channeling all participants into areas of their interest; Explaining all session’s schedule and possibilities
- 15 April
9h - 16h:Citizen Science Symposium @ UGM
- 15-17 April
Field trip (either to Bioremediation of Volcanic Soil at Merapi Mountain facilitated by Microbiology lab of Gadjah Mada University; Environmental Monitoring of the Yogyakarta Rivers facilitated by Lifepatch; or Biodiversity Conservation in Wonosadi Forest facilitated by Green Tech Community) Workshops with communities along the three designated field.
16th/18h to 17th/11h:Wonosadi Camping
- 18-19 April
Ground works I (exploring findings, making workshops, working with areas of interests, making things happen) Lab phase in Bumi Pemuda Rahayu starts (people who needed silence and a more remote working situation can start working in BPR) Workshops with people around BPR sustainability center starts. Workshops with communities in Yogya.
- 19-21 April
RETREAT phase in BPR (all participants have to be around for presentation preparation and more workshops to be done)
- 22-25 April
Ground works II (exploring findings, making workshops, working with areas of interests, making things happen) Preparation for final exhibition
- 24 April
Seminar at KKF and (mabye Gadjah Mada University)
ACOUSTICOLOGY: A music project that provides a collaborative platform for artists, musicians, scientists and hackers to arrange and improvise musical compositions according to each own disciplines. This project challenges the participants to not use any kinds of electronic amplifiers for a collaborative compositions in order to recall our hearing sensitivity —as we are mechanosensitive beings— amidst our noise-polluted environment.
- 25 April
Exhibition at SaRang Building
- post-sessions, reflections, documentation, leaving of participants