Purchase your tickets in advance here: http://remixology6.
——-There will be music and a cash bar——-
Media is a tool that delivers information, generates ideas and inspires dialogue. Public space is a social space that is meant to be open and accessible to all. What happens when media in public space is remixed? How do we use new and old media tools to affect public space and generate conversations? This ReMixology explores how we can re-imagine public space using media in order to promote critical thinking and civic engagement.
3) Jenifer Papararo// Curator at Contemporary Art Gallery. Curating the new augmented reality walking tour series at the contemporary art gallery (CAG). Learn more about the “Walking Tour” Series here: < http://offsite.contemporaryartgallery.ca/program >.
4) Debra Zhou// Curator at Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (Centre A). Curating MAP SENSE < www.map-sense.com >, an interactive community mapping project by Vancouver based artist Germaine Koh and writer Gillian Jerome. MAP SENSE is part of CO-LAB, a cross-disciplinary workshop and exhibition project co-presented by Centre A and Vancouver New Music.
Tyler Morgenstern // Coordinator of Media Democracy Day (MDD) 2010 & support staff for MDD 2011
6:00 pm – doors open – music, cash bar, mingling.
7:00 pm – Panelist presentations
8:00 pm – Question and Answer Session and Interactive Dialogue
9:00 pm – End of Talk – Music/Social/Networking
Doors 6pm | Talk 7pm
The Vinegar Factory
1009 E. Cordova, Vancouver
$5 tickets in advance ( http://remixology6.eventbrite.com/ ) and $10 at the door.
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