On Tuesday, October 27th, Metropolitan interactive and SubCulture will sponsor NY Creative Tech Mixer in partnership with Creative Tech Week (CTW) at SubCulture, 45 Bleecker Street in Manhattan from 6:30–10PM.
The event will provide information about CTWeek including how institutions, design firms, agencies, corporations and individuals can submit a proposal to participate, sponsor, or volunteer for the inaugural city-wide two-week creative technology event running from April 29–May 8, 2016. It will also provide an opportunity to network with in dustry peers in one of New York’s top listening room and event spaces.
Isabel Draves, founder of Leaders in Software and Art (LiSA) and CTWeek, will give a short informational presentation and be on hand to answer questions, Metropolitan interactive will showcase an experiential technology installation, SubCulture will demonstrate their sound system by providing music throughout the evening. Beer, wine and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.
“Since creative technology is at the center of the work we do, we wanted to show our support for Creative Tech Week by sponsoring the mixer, and look forward to participating in the inaugural event in 2016,” noted Jeffrey Mele, CEO of Metropolitan interactive.
Tickets and further information are available on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/1fX5Y0c
Creative Tech Week is an industry-wide gathering for the Creative Technology field taking place from April 29–May 8, 2016. The mission of Creative Tech Week is to highlight New York City as the top destination in America for Creative Technology, surface the best new developments in the field, and provide a nexus for a global network of creative technologists. An estimated 400 different organizations, companies and artists will present work to audiences in the tens of thousands at locations all over the city.
Metropolitan interactive (Mi) is a unique design and systems integration firm specializing in the development of immersive digital environments and entertainment systems in public and private spaces. Mi helps organizations build the internal systems required to support these environments, fostering sustainable dynamic growth and innovation. The Mi team has a strong history in sports and entertainment with northeast clients ranging from Lincoln Center to the Whitney Museum of American Art. Mi is a Women-Owned Business Enterprise with offices in Connecticut, New York, West Virginia, and Nebraska.
SubCulture is a premier New York City listening room and event space featuring the best in sound and lighting technology, developed by Metropolitan interactive cofounder Jeffrey Mele and Alliance TCC. Since its inception the space has drawn leading composers and musicians, and hosted The New York Philharmonic’s contemporary music program.