creJAM week – online debate about technology and creative industry

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LOGO_CRe-AM3From the 3rd to the 7th of November, the CRe-AM project will host an online debate with its community of technology developers and creative practitioners.

Each day during the #creJAM week, we will launch a challenge or ask a question concerning the relation between technology and the creative industries, and upload information to feed the debate. Become visible in the CRe-AM community by participating and debating with other participants. Each day the best answers and most active users will be announced as winners and featured on CRe-AM website and social media.

The rules are simple:

  • One question or challenge per day
  • You can join the debate on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIN
  • Use the #creJAM hashtag and identify your sector of activity by its initials

Sectors:

  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Design
  • e-Publishing
  • Games
  • Media
  • Music
  • Technology

Learn morehttp://www.cre-am.eu/crejam-cross-technology-creative-industries/

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