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Lenny Martinez—The Tech

An early Saturday morning in September found many hackers, artists, and designers gathering at the Media Lab for Hacking Arts 2015. The event included a conference, a tech expo and a hackathon centered around technology and the arts.

NICHOLAS D. CURTIS

A “blood moon” lit the night sky on Sunday. A lunar tetrad, or a fourth consecutive total lunar eclipse with no partial eclipses in between, coincided with a supermoon, or a full moon that is also at its closest approach to Earth in its orbit.

JESSICA L. WASS—The Tech

Mandy Lee, the lead singer of MisterWives, delivered an enthusiastic set at Boston Calling.

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Of Monsters and Men, despite playing an earlier slot in the festival, delivered a killer performance.

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Fans of Walk the Moon emulate their trademark facepaint and enjoy the show after waiting hours and working their way to the front of the crowd.

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Chvrches led out strong and gave an amazing show on Saturday evening.

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Facilities workers clean a flood in Building 16 after heavy rains Thursday caused flooding in several campus basements.

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Alabama Shakes closed out the festival on a high note with their set coinciding with the super moon eclipse.

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A panel of judges hears the final pitches on Sunday at the conclusion of the Hacking Arts hackathon. The panel included Carrie Fitzsimmons from ArtScience Labs, Sally Wolf from Time Warner, amd Daniel Doubrovkine from Arty, among others.

JESSICA L. WASS—The Tech

Daughter held an early slot but performed strongly early on Saturday at Boston Calling.

Lenny Martinez—The Tech

Team LockAR’s cipher art. The various panels of the building can be scanned in a specific order to reveal hidden information.

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Nate Ruess thrilled the crowd with his new material and surprised fans by playing a few old songs.

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Young Guru speaks at Hacking Arts 2015. His keynote speech was titled “Era of the Engineer.”

Daniel Mirny—The Tech

Shannon Miller ’19 maintains control of an airborne ball during Tuesday’s game against Tufts.

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Fiona J. Tanuwidjaja ’19 setting the ball on Saturday as the women’s volleyball team took on Regis College, beating them 3-0.

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Walk the Moon played to a devoted fanbase on Saturday afternoon.

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Hozier played a late slot on Sunday consisting of many of his hits and a few notable covers.

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A dancer from the Brooklyn Ballet leaps into the air. With the assistance of motion sensor activated light-up tutus, the Brooklyn Ballet performed the Waltz of the Snowflakes.

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Ben Howard filled his late slot delivering many of his hits to a receptive crowd.

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Chromeo played a high energy set Saturday evening at Boston Calling.