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Culture Hack Scotland is back!

The inaugural Culture Hack Scotland in Edinburgh proved to be one of the most productive and talked-about culture vs digital events in 2011. An incredible collection of talent made 30 amazing prototypes, many of which went on to have further life as more developed projects.

While the first event was hosted by us here at the festivals, Culture Hack Scotland is now part of Sync, an exciting new two-year programme all about prototyping and innovation in the Scottish cultural sector. But fear not, since the people producing Sync were the same people who made the first event happen, Culture Hack Scotland is in the safest of hands.

It travels down the M8 this time and will take place at the stunning SocietyM in Central Glasgow on April 27/28.

Full info and tickets are now available via www.welcometosync.com/hack

This year there will be a coding workshop for culture professionals who are interested in understanding how it all works. Those who take a coding workshop ticket also get access to all other elements of the event.

And if you are interested in being a data partner, spaces are still available so please contact hello@welcometosync.com



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