The main purpose of Anvil Hack is to explore concepts creatively, and come up with an idea or project you would like to talk about
This year's theme is 'positive disintegration'; the breaking up of old information to make room for new information.
What can cause systems to reorganise themselves, and what are the effects of this happening?
One week prior to the event, you will receive a friend request on Discord from the Hacksmiths account. You will then be added to the server, but unable to access channels until the event goes live.
31st July: Event and server go live, 'general channels' available for public, general discussion. 'Team channels' available for private, grouped discussions.
1st Aug: A second form will be sent to all participants, asking if you want to showcase your work in the server on the final day, and if you would be happy for us to permanently showcase that work online.
2nd Aug: Server showcase of work, commencing at 3PM. Each team/ participant will have 5 minutes to showcase their work in the main 'general channel'. Time-slots will be sent to each group/ participant at the start of the day.
Extra information regarding the structure of the Discord server will be released a week prior to the event (via video).
Online impressions are just as important as real life ones, so please make sure you have read our Code of Conduct.
Mentors will be on hand to encourage discussion in the public channels, and help teams/ individuals with their projects in the private channels. Mentors and moderators will be available to contact throughout the event for general questions, and have access to all parts of the server.
Hacksmiths - Anvil Hack
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If you are attending an event and need the College to help with any mobility requirements you may have, please contact the event organiser in advance to ensure we can accommodate your needs.