There's a public school modern dance session with a smart, perceptive teacher. She comes in Sundays and I sat in on a dance class with her.
There are LED electronics.
There is an experimental sound meet-up.
Let's mix it up!
You can do this stuff, there are no rules, and I'm sure some people will try to be wise guys. But like the idea of letting random people sleep at Noisebridge, break these anti patterns and massive boringness will occur. Your eyes will glaze over. People will fall asleep and become disengaged. There will be girls pretending to be nerds just because they wear glasses. It will be just like all the
Pulling in too many readymade projects made by other people in a way that inhibits the creativity of the group
Involving a professional dance troupe ( too often they're just interested in promoting themselves instead of creatively interacting with the artists)
turning this into a free PR event for a Palo Alto start-up who doesn't given back to the community
Involving any corporate fitness "movements" like Zumba, etc
Turning this into a media event with lots of speakers and nobody doing anything
Pulling in a commercial company to show off their existing LED product
Showcasing platforms from major corporations and pitting them against each other (oh Android is so much more open source than apple even though android isn't open source deep down inside!) There's a time and place
for that and that is corporate trade shows like CES