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Events   Events : Alternative Party 2009
   posted by Jupp3 on 22-Oct-2009 12:13:54 (1667 reads)
Alternative Party 2009 will be held on this weekend 23. - 25. 10. 2009 at the Cable Factory in Helsinki, Finland. Official homepage

Three days filled with digital art, technology, business and science: developer of ARM Sophie Wilson, the crazy Commodore girl Jeri Ellsworth, cyberpunk rock by Dope Stars Inc, the amazing Super computer demo and other competitions, digital art and technology at the exhibition, mind-blowing visual effects and more. Party around the clock with your like-minded friends.


Check out special invitation by Jeri Ellsworth.

Of course coming back from last year is the computer & art exhibition
    

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