November 4-6, 2016
Chemistry Creative, 315 Ten Eyck Street, Brooklyn NY

Workshops Are Sold Out

21 October 2016

Just a quick note to let everyone know that our workshops are all sold out! Three-day conference passes are also almost gone, so if you haven't purchased yours yet, do it soon! We also have single day passes availalbe for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Buy tickets here.

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Ticket Sales Are Open

10 October 2016

We are pleased to announce that ticket sales for Radical Networks are now open! You can purchase a three-day weekend pass or single day tickets. Workshop registration is included, so be sure to sign up for a workshop before you complete the check-out process. Space is limited!

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Announcing Participants

09 October 2016

Participants in this year's Radical Networks are now up on the site! We have an exciting and diverse group of people from all over the world coming to present their work as talks, workshops, installations, and performances. Check out the full list here!

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Submission Deadline Extended!

01 September 2016

If you need a little more time to get your proposal into us, have no fear! We've extended the submission deadline to Monday 9/5, so there's still a few days left. Instructions for submitting can be found here.

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Announcing Radical Networks 2016!!!

03 August 2016

Join us for three days of speakers, panels, workshops, and an art exhibit designed to introduce the community to DIY networking. Learn how to create your own offline networks, portable web servers, mesh networks or internet gateways in hands on workshops. Attend panels where you can discuss your visions for how a localized network could support your school, your community, or your cause. Listen to speakers talk about the future of computer networks and why it’s important to understand how networks work in this age of hyper-connectivity.

The conference will be organized around the following questions and themes:


  • What would you do with your own network?
  • Why does it matter to understand how networks work?
  • Why do community networks matter?
  • How could free, open local networks benefit people?
  • What can networks be used for other than social networking and commercial use?


  • Community
  • Education
  • Activism
  • Art

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