HAK.io stands for Hacking the Anthropocene Kit dot input output. The mobile 'Hacking the Anthropocene’ kits (HAK) build upon Bauhaus activity cards and Fluxus movement. These HAK.io's will travel to Science Gallery Bengaluru to be re-hacked by with youth mediators then, once redesigned, will be used in a series of hackathons in cultural and educational institutions in Australia, India and America. The aretefacts from HAK.io (iteratively hacking the HAK) will be incorporated into a metaverse environment in Mozilla - designed by digital artist-in-residence, Yvette Walker - Hubs which will operate as a digital site for two-way knowledge exchange in Australian, Indian and American cultural institutions and university settings. These will then evolve into a longer-term collaborative project between MGSE and SGM that integrates with the STEM Centre Learning program.