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Camila Álvarez & John Giraldo from R17 Creative Hub, John McNulty from Makers Square & David Sinopoli & Michelle from iii Points

posted on: October 7, 2014 by pFunkcast

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Camila Álvarez & John Giraldo R17 Creative Hub

R17 Creative Hub is a collective comprising artists, designers, musicians and writers. It’s an incubator for creative dialogue directed towards the conception of innovative, cross platform, multi-media projects and concepts for 360º initiatives, both commercial and research based.

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John McNulty from Makers Square

Makers Square is a membership-based makerspace\social club located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We believe in continuous education for all, and have created a workspace for members of artistic and creative natures to collaborate, plan, and fabricate projects.
We are based on the desire to learn new skills, create art, and provide a productive outlet for artistic ideas. Makers Square believes that life is continuous education, that given the right teachers one can learn anything, and that no idea is too “out there” when the right people are involved. Make something out of anything. Make something of your skills. Make something.
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David Sinopoli & Michelle from iii Points

III Points is a three-day celebration of music, art and technology making its home in the inspiring, up-and-coming cultural mecca of the Wynwood arts district in Miami, Florida.

Dedicated to bringing fans, artists and companies together, III Points represents a space where the convergence of great minds and innovators from each of these creative worlds can manifest their vision in new and playful ways. The festival is spread across more than 35 venues, fully integrating within the Wynwood community, each featuring unique and interactive events that incorporate music with technology, art with technology, music with art, or a mix of all three.

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