Join your fellow social change and tech leaders at the bar, then stay on for a dynamic presentation by leading artist and technologist for social change Favianna Rodriguez. This will be a rare opportunity to hear, first-hand, how artistic skill and cutting edge web tools can be brought together to solve social problems — all in a dynamic and funky downtown setting.
Designing for Democracy is a one night event set for Thursday, March 5th. Doors open at 6pm, with presentation to follow at 7pm, and finishes with an after party featuring live VJ sets produced by Reed Rickert (Putrabumi.com). Ticket price is just $20 ($15 for students and non-profits), and includes a free raffle ticket to win original art by Favianna.
Book your tickets in advance at http://webofchange.eventbrite.com, and we'll see you there!
Favianna is the President of TUMIS, a flagship of innovative web design that has participated in hundreds of progressive projects challenging racism, classism, homophobia, sexism, and corporate irresponsibility. Through TUMIS, Favianna also supports Oakland's Eastside Arts Alliance — an artistic collective and multi-ethnic community that she cofounded. She is a Web of Change Alumni and a passionate professional working for social chang
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Added by Rob Cottingham on March 1, 2009