What is dorkbot-Toronto?
See our "What is Dorkbot-Toronto" page.
What's the format?
Dorkbot-Toronto meetings generally start with 20-minute presentations by invited speakers followed by a discussion period. The topics are chosen by the speakers and can range from brainstorming ideas and concepts to working on a specific piece of technology.
What does it cost?
Just your time. Dorkbot-Toronto events are free and open to the public.
Who will be there?
People from the Toronto area who are interested in:
What will I get to do?
You get to
Why did you start Dorkbot-Toronto?
We started Dorkbot-Toronto so that people in the Toronto area interested in art and technology would have a meeting place where they could learn about, discuss and work on creative projects.
So how is Dorkbot-Toronto different from an Artist Talk?
Artist talks are generally organized by a gallery or educational institution and are more formal where a single artist presents their past work and achievements. Dorkbot events, while sometimes in a gallery space, are informal and quite unrelated to its host space. It is also an event where hands-on work can be explored and multiple discussions are encouraged.
What if I want to speak or present my project at a Dorkbot-Toronto?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why and what you want to present. Keep in mind that after the presentations, it's pretty much open so you are welcome to bring your ideas/projects in and engage in discussion with other participants.
Dorkbot-Toronto is always free and open to the public.
For more information, email email@example.com