Open Data Week

 

Are you an artist? Teacher? Civic hacker? Data scientist? Government wonk? NYC novice? Someone passionate about open data?


If so, check out recordings from past Open Data Week Festivals! And stay tuned for our call for 2025 proposals later this year.

Open Data Week is a festival celebrating NYC Open Data as a free public resource about NYC — guided by the philosophy that open data is for all New Yorkers. Every March, people come together online and across the five boroughs to celebrate public data in New York City and mark the anniversary of the City’s first open data law, signed on March 7, 2012. Throughout Open Data Week, NYC’s civic tech and open data communities meet, share their discoveries, and learn more about municipal public data. You can watch recordings of previous Open Data Week events at archive.open-data.nyc.

Open Data Week is organized and produced by the NYC Open Data Team at the Office of Technology and Innovation, BetaNYC, and the Data Through Design collective.