Closing Conference | Vagaries of the Commons

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Closing Conference

Vagaries of the Commons

Saturday, September 13 @ 12:00-6:00 PM
Artspace, 50 Orange St.,
New Haven, CT 06517
http://artspacenh.org/

Go to the link below for the full conference itinerary:
http://artspacenh.org/events/closing%20conference

Panel Discussion
3:15 – 4:30pm

Dr. Gary Aronsen (Research Associate & Supervisor of Yale Biological Anthropology Laboratories, Yale University) and I will be speaking on the topic:
How Bones Talk: Anthropology and Mythmaking Working Together

with:
Evidence Fetish: Excavating the Public’s Trash and Artifacts
Mengyu Chen – Discarded Data as Content
Brooke Singer, Ricardo Miranda, Brad Armstrong and
Nadine Nelson – Discarded Food as Content for the Belly and the Garden

Also speaking & showing:
Elm City Dance Collective; Jason Friedes; Philip Lique; Under 91 Project; Project Storefronts; Occupy New Haven + more…
I hope to see you all there, let me know if you going to make it and I’ll keep an eye out for you!
The event is FREE but please sign-up RSVP Here.

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PechaKucha Winter | Presentations

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Bellow is a slideshow of the slides I used during my PechaKucha presentation, 20 slides each at 20 seconds. Eric Zeiberg was a hard act to follow but I am so blown away by his dedication and sucess of his I Speak 4 U application. It was so wonderful to seeing all the people who came out to listen and support me and my presentation peers.
I am so honored to have had the chance to speak with all the other artists, innovative presenters, and performers. If you have something you are passionate about and would like to share it with the New Haven Community or if you live somewhere else look up to see who to contact for your local PechaKucha 20×20 and how to get involved in one of their sharing & showing events. I am excited to attend future PechKucha events. Come out and support them!

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PechaKucha: Winter