Creators Project

Entering the pixels at the Creators Project


The computer mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in 1963, and don't get Jamie Zigelbaum wrong, because he thinks it was a great invention.

For its time.

But, surrounded by his and other feats of computational art at last weekend's Creators Project at Fort Mason, Zigelbaum was understandably over the mouse.

“I don't want to poke at things with a stick anymore. I want to form things with my hands. And touchscreens, that's still like poking stuff behind glass," he says. Read more »

Zola Jesus, Shabazz Palaces, and more at Creators Project


Along with all the epic-sized Lite-Brites and wing-flapping guardian angels at Creators Project this weekend in soggy Fort Mason, there also was plenty of super bass-heavy, heart-pumping, mind-expanding live music. Again, all free. Read more »

Hosi Simon of VICE offers tips on this weekend's Creators Project


As most know by now, there's been an email circulating about a massive free event in San Francisco all weekend with art, tech workshops, food, and live sets by the Yeah Yeahs Yeahs, James Murphy, HEALTH, Teen Daze, Zola Jesus, and more. The catch: to attend the Saturday Creators Project gathering (the day when all those epic bands play), you had to win a virtual lottery, by RSVP-ing and rolling the e-dice. Read more »