The Creators Project event series -- part of Intel and Vice's multi-year program seeking to "connect global youth through a common passion for creativity and technology" -- kicks off in just a couple weeks at New York City's Milk Studios, promising dozens of exhibits, live music sets, DJ sets, and films.

Highlights from the upcoming Creators Project Launch Event include indie game designer Mark "messhof" Essen showing off Jetpack Baseball and NIDHOGG, indie rock group Interpol playing a set, renown director and producer Spike Jonze screening "I'm Here", Patrick Jean presenting his popular short film Pixels, and more.

The 18 and up show starts on June 26th, running from 2PM to 2AM. Admission is free if you register, which you can do now through this page. The Creators Project's official site also offers original videos, works, and interviews with the event series' and program's artists.