Zeitgeist will feature a HackNash installation and performance in the gallery Thursday October 6 from 5:30-8PM for First Thursday in the Village. HackNash is a community of bricoleurs dedicated to deconstructing and repurposing production electronics to create new musical or visual instruments and sound generators.
HackNash is a place for Nashville makers to share ideas, knowledge, and resources. We are dedicated to the three b's: building, bending, and breaking. Our members host workshops, meetings, open-builds, and special performances. If you read Make magazine and/or create crazy contraptions, then this group is for you!
HackNash is an open community without a hierarchical structure. Anyone can join. Anyone can host a meeting or event. Membership is free. The direction and output of the group depends entirely upon what you put into it. Collaboration and involvement with other local maker and hackerspaces is expressly encouraged.
HackNash does not currently have a central community space, but we still consider ourselves a Hackerspace. We meet in the garages, workshops, and back porches of our members. What is a Hackerspace? Find out here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hackspace.
Kurt Wagner and Wayne White continue in the gallery through October 22nd.
Also that evening:
Thursday, October 6 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
at MTSU Todd Hall, Room 354 Middle Tennessee State University Campus, Murfreesboro, TN