E-luminate 24 hour gig

April 24th, 2015 18:00 → April 25th, 2015 19:00

Makespace, Mill Lane, Cambridge
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Join us for a day of hacking, making and doing to help e-luminate Foundation

Been 'n' gone

This gig's over but check out the calendar for the next one.

How can you help e-luminate Foundation?

e-luminate Foundation is a social enterprise raising awareness of sustainable light and light technology.

They need your help with some of the challenges they are facing as a growing organisation...

Brief 1: Brand identity

Due to the huge success of the e-luminate festivals, e-luminate has lost itself and needs help re-establishing a recognisable identity separate from their events.

Brief 2: E-commerce platform

e-Luminate would like to support light artists beyond the e-luminate festival by setting up an e-commerce platform as part of their website to sell artwork and other items, such as festival merchandise and tickets.

Brief 3: Easy-to-use website

e-Luminate depend on volunteers to run a large portion of their online presence. Often these volunteers do not have experience with WordPress, and so the website needs to be simplified.

If you think you have something to contribute, we need you!

You don't need to know anyone before you come along - just turn up, choose a brief make some friends and spend 24 hours solving some real-life problems.

Wait...what's Good for Nothing?

It's a bit like a house party, but with people doing stuff rather than getting hammered

Times and stuff

Friday evening 6pm - 9pm

Get your teeth into who e-luminate are and what they need your help with. Plus drinks and nibbles. Then get a good nights sleeps.

Saturday 9am - 7pm

Making and doing with your new Good for Nothing friends.

Lunch, cakes, tea and strong coffee will be on tap to keep you going throughout the day.

Who was there?

  • Sandeep Tailor
  • Jon Wood
  • Ann
  • Alfonso
  • Jana
  • lynda
  • Christie Nel
  • Eric Gowland
  • Katy Marshall
  • Jessica Farmery
  • Oliver Whittall
  • Flóra Raffai
  • Danny Garden
  • Lou Shackleton
  • Helen Morris
  • Alasdair North
  • Lou Shackleton
  • Mel Findlater