Join music and comedy performers, visual artists, campaigners and activists (including Loki, Bruce Morton and Cat Boyd) as we collaborate to hack zero culture.
Hack Aye is organising an event at the STUC in Glasgow Thursday 14th May 2015. Part of the >ZERO campaign against zero hours contracts, low pay and insecure work, the event will use arts and tech activities to explore views on these issues.
Music, comedy, visual art and tech tools will capture the experiences of young people, supporting them as they begin to drive this campaign. Whether you have a story or opinion on any aspect of work, low pay or unemployment, your contribution will be valued. Get stuck-in making and discussing or just hang around and see what it’s all about.
Participants will use Mozilla’s Webmaker tools such as X-Ray Goggles to “hack” employer websites to reflect what they’re really like to work for. Check out our activity and if you can’t attend the event, have a go yourself and share your remixes using the hashtag #betterthanzero.
Young people aged 18-26 are the main focus of the event, but anyone is welcome to attend for £Free.