Re:Group

Start Date: 
20 Jul 2010
Hours: 
7PM-9PM
Cost: 
$25
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Up to 6 lucky people will learn how to make and print something on a MakerBot 3D printer. (You will be printing!)

Workshop leader: Bre Pettis, Makerbot

Register here.

 
Projects: MakerBot
People: Bre Pettis
Research: Education
Tags: PARTICIPATION SS2010, Re:Group, SS2010
Start Date: 
22 Jul 2010
Hours: 
7:30-9PM (Discussion will start promptly at 7:30PM)
Cost: 
Suggested $5-10 donation
Venue: 
Eyebeam + http://eyebeam.org/live
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Moderated by Dustyn Roberts, Eyebeam

Disscussants: Bre Pettis, MakerBot; Giana González, Hacking Couture; Becky Stern, CRAFT and MAKE Magazines, Sternlab

 

A how to guide from Make blog on how to assemble your Cupcake CNC 3D printer

 
Start Date: 
15 Jul 2010
Hours: 
7:30-9PM (Discussion will start promptly at 7:30PM)
Cost: 
Suggested $5-10 donation
Venue: 
Eyebeam + http://eyebeam.org/live
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On Networked Solidarity
Organized and moderated by Mushon Zer-Aviv

Discussants: Chris Blow, Ushahidi.com & Meedan.net; Christopher Robbins, WPA 2010 & Ghana Think Tank; and Nadine Wolf, Elecciones Transparentes.com.

As we've seen in Haiti, networked collaboration enabled geeks to affect disaster relief efforts, a job previously exclusive to governments, NGOs and multinational corporations. Will they stick around after the hype has passed? Is the network actually changing the flow and directionality of global attention? Are we seeing the prospects of a new networked solidarity or is it just another trending topic?

 
Projects: Crisis Map of Haiti
People: Mushon Zer-Aviv, Ushahidi, Chris Blow, Christopher Robbins, Nadine Wolf
Research: Education
Tags: Re:Group, SS2010, SS@N2010
Start Date: 
8 Jul 2010
Hours: 
7:30-9PM (Discussion will start promptly at 7:30PM)
Cost: 
Suggested $5-10 donation
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Partner Organizations: 
Not An Alternative

Organized by Not An Alternative, moderated by Astra Taylor

Discussants:
Professor/author Jodi Dean; non-profit organization Not An Alternative; artist John Hawke

 
People: Beka Economopoulos, Jason Jones, Not an Alternative, Jodi Dean, Astra Taylor, John Hawke
Research: Education
Tags: Re:Group, SS2010, SS@N2010
Partner Organizations: Not An Alternative
Start Date: 
1 Jul 2010
Hours: 
6:30PM-9PM
Cost: 
Suggested $5–$10 donation
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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In Code We Trust, Crowd Sourced Democracy in the 21st Century

Organized and moderated by Noel Hidalgo, Director of Technology Innovation, New York State Senate and Beka Economopoulos, Not An Alternative

"In Code We Trust" is the new motto for Government in the 21st century. Across the country, geeks inside and outside of government are developing a new participatory and transparent Federal, State and Municipal governments. Built upon open-source tools, open standards, and best practices, this panel will highlight authorized actors as they  practical examples of initiatives from private, public and government sectors.

Watch the live video stream on July 1, 7:30PM EST at: eyebeam.org/live

 
People: Ben Berkowitz, Daniel Latorre, Laurel Ruma, Noel Hidalgo, Phillip Ashlock, Sarah Kaufman
Research: Education
Tags: Re:Group, SS2010, SS@N2010
Start Date: 
10 Jun 2010
Hours: 
5PM-8PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus opens to the public on Thursday, June 10, 2010, with a moderated discussion with the exhibition curators, followed by a reception. Both events are free of charge.

5PM: Curators Talk
Discussion with the curators, Paul Amitai, Marco Deseriis, Beka Econonopoulos, Jason Jones, and Mushon Zer-Aviv,  moderated by Beryl Graham of UK-based new media curatorial research institute CRUMB.

6PM-8PM: Artists' Reception
Join the artists and curators for a viewing of the exhibition.

 
Start Date: 
11 Jun 2010
Hours: 
10AM–12PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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The opening week of Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus continues with a "Breakfast with the Artists" reception & talk on Friday, June 11, 10AM-12PM, moderated by Re:Group curators and featuring exhibiting artists Institute for Infinitely Small Things, Christopher Robbins, Takashi Kawashima, John Hawke, and Giana González. The event is free and open to the public. Join us for coffee, bagels, and good discussion!

Video clips from breakfast on Vimeo.

 

Some critical back and forth on this piece on the Eyebeam Open Culture list.

 

thinking about this stuff for our 7/22 OPEN RETAIL discussion

 
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