There is a new dimension to the Guthman New Musical Instrument Competition this year: Cycling '74 and Georgia Tech are hosting a fair featuring music, art, and technology projects. Similar to our Expo Science Fair, exhibitors demonstrate and discuss their project with fair visitors as well as other exhibitors. Max is well-suited for the science fair environment and our Expo Science Fairs have been a big success.
date: Saturday, March 7, 2020 time: 4pm-7pm (exhibitor setup prior to fair opening) location: Caddell Building at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia USA deadline: submit projects by February 3, 2020 fee: There is no cost to exhibit or to attend!
If you create work at the intersection of music, art, and technology, we invite you to join us. Exhibitors may be artists, students, teachers, hobbyists, tinkerers, entrepreneurs, or enthusiasts from anywhere in the world.
Exhibiting at the science fair was a fun way to collaborate with a friend while experimenting with the discipline of bioacoustics in a low-stakes environment. It gave me a chance to talk about my work with people from a variety of backgrounds and acted as a starter-kit for what has grown into a fully-funded research project. -- Jill Munger, Expo '74 2019 Science Fair Exhibitor
The Science Fair at the Expo 74 was, for me, a unique opportunity to present my work to a broader audience and to receive such valuable feedback. It was nice to interact with people from different backgrounds and to view their perspectives and interaction with my project. For me, it was also a wonderful experience to show my work and get to know some of the artists and developers that I deeply admire. Besides that, it was also nice to chat and explore other presenter's work, which was really interesting and inspiring. -- Andrej Kobal, Expo '74 2019 Science Fair Exhibitor