At Berklee, every career is a startup, and every startup needs inspiration. BerkleeICE presents panels, workshops, and lecture series featuring innovative leaders and thinkers from the worlds of business, creativity, and technology. All events are open to the entire Berklee community and to students of all universities, unless otherwise specified.
BerkleeICE also regularly goes "on tour" to bring its message to locations across the globe, including South by Southwest, Midem, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, Sonar, and the Library of Congress. See our Sights and Sounds page to view archives of past presentations, and please contact us if you are interested in hosting BerkleeICE at your company, institution, or event.
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Berklee’s Open Music Initiative holds its second public event with Ace Hotel to explore new technologies for creative expression, including blockchain, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality.
Berklee’s Open Music Initiative holds its first public event in New Orleans, Louisiana, to explore the future of artistry.
Learn more about virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and the emerging tech that combines and extends reality (XR).
Explore the future role of songwriters in this screening and panel discussion of the documentary The Last Songwriter.
Multimillionaire investor Kevin O'Leary will join us for a discussion on his journey as a creative entrepreneur.
This master class focuses on developing a plan to tackle your goals as an entrepreneur or performing artist.
Join us for a live jam and presentation with ZYLIA, the world's first portable recording studio.
Step into an immersive future and kick off the launch of Exit Reality's virtual reality pods on campus.
Open Music Initiative (OMI) holds the Final Demo Day, showcasing two months of work by Summer Lab fellows, including six Berklee students.
Open Music Initiative (OMI) holds Midpoint Demo Day to highlight progress on design challenges during the first month of work by Summer Lab fellows, including six Berklee students.
Berklee ICE will host Jonathan Taplin, author of Move Fast and Break Things, in a conversation with Panos Panay, founding managing director, Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship.
Innovative chefs who have worked with or as musicians, including Berklee alumni who have made it in the food world, will discuss the intersections between music and food. The event will include a tasting of food and music pairings.