The conversations are back from their smoky summer hiatus!
We’ve put together a great conversation series for the fall. It’s built around the idea of change, and we’re running it in conjunction with 9e2. As most of you know, 9e2 was an art, science, and technology festival that we ran in October 2016. 9e2 is coming back in February 2018 as a smaller festival. This one will explore the idea that our society is going through tremendous and unprecedented change and engage the dynamics of living through that change.
(By the way, if you’re on the 9e2 mailing list, you’ve already received a note about the conversations. Regrets about the duplication. If you want to be on that list for future 9e2 announcements, let me know.)
We’re using the fall conversations as a way to focus the themes for February. 9e2 2018 will go deeply into learning and ideas, weaving art installations and performances together with workshops, conversations, presentations, and maker projects. The fall conversations will help to create an initial framework for that.
Here’s the list. You’ll be getting more detail closer to the actual dates.
“Change,” Wednesday September 28, 7 to 9pm
Hisam Goueli, performing artist, gerontologist, and geriatric psychiatrist; recent candidate for Seattle City Council
Edwin Lindo, activist, attorney, instructor at University of Washington School of Law; member of the People’s Party (tentative)
Julie Cruse, designer and technologist; Manager, Instructional Design and Outreach, Learning Technologies, University of Washington
And one more…
“Inquiry: Educating for Change,” Tuesday October 24, 7 to 9pm
James Miles, actor; Executive Director, Arts Corps
Donte Felder, Head Teacher, Orca Middle School; screenwriter
Michelle Zimmerman, Director of Innovative Teaching and Learning Sciences, Renton Prep Christian School (tentative)
Lara Davis, Arts Education Manager, City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture; performer
“New Skins: Apparel, Shelter, and Identity,” Tuesday November 28, 7 to 9pm
Anna Rose Telcs, artist and designer
Heidi Parker, media and marketing consultant
Vikram Prakash, Professor of Architecture, University of Washington
Gabriel-Bello Diaz, fashion designer and engineer; Engineering and Design Instructor, Technology Access Foundation Academy
And as always, the conversations will happen at Vermillion, an art gallery, bar, and neighborhood gathering place at 1508 11th Ave, Seattle.