The Gathering will continue to carry on the creative traditions in 2013. We will have a broad selection of creative competitions, seminars and social events for everyone who wants to use their computer for anything creative. Since 1992, The Gathering has been an arena for prestigious demoscene competitions and a place to meet creative people from the whole world. This year we aim to fill The Gathering with a better and wider range of entertainment, seminars and competitions.
And of course all seminars, competitions and other events in the Creative Lounge all open for all participants, regardless of what kind of ticket you have or where you are seated.
More about our competitions and seminars will be announced as soon as possible. Do you have any questions, input, wishes, suggestions, or simply want to discuss with your creative co-participants? Check out our forum! Even though we're not answering everything that is posted there, crew members carefully monitor each thread and what is written there.
In the mean time we would like to encourage you to read the material presented on Creativia's pages here on gathering.org.
The themes for this year's Fast Intro are Goats, Geisha and Cyborgs.
More deadlines, more theme releases and more lectures.
So, you're back? Great! The Gathering needs you, and your creative mind!
This is an article about how I experienced my first meeting with the demoscene, and why you should start doing something creative and get to know the demosceners. Article is in Norwegian only.
As usual, we will host a vide variety of creative competitions at The Gathering, and we want to give away over 350.000 NOK in prizes!
During The Gathering 2012, he was nearly decleared genious by movie director Harald Zwart. As the winner of the «Best Director Award», Anders Øvergaard (24) spent a day at his film set.
If you missed the screening of the documentary Moleman 2 - The Art of the Algorithms, during this year's The Gathering, you can download it here.
The winner of the «Best Direction Award» at The Gathering 2012, Anders Øvergaard, will soon be going to the US to see how Norwegian director Harald Zwart works. In the mean time, he shares some of his movie making history with us.