Pace Digital Gallery is pleased to host:
Programmable Media: Open Platforms for Creativity and Collaboration
a free symposium presented by Turbulence
Friday March 2nd, 10:00am to 3:30pm
Pace University, Multipurpose Room, 1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY
symposium program is available on our website
This symposium will explore two forms of current practice.
First, the creation of original software to create tools and services for creative and social use, such as a freely available 3-D drawing tool and musical instrument, or a public commons meta layer conceived as a continuous public space for collaboration. Second, the creation of original work using the tools available within open platforms such as Second Life and MySpace to build community and raise awareness.
PARTICIPANTS: Helen Thorington, Michelle Riel, Mushon Zer-Aviv and Dan Phiffer,
Amit Pitaru, Tom Igoe, Cary Peppermint, and John (Craig) Freeman
Contact: Helen Thorington (newradio[at]turbulence.org); Jillian McDonald (jmcdonald2[at]pace.edu). Registration is encouraged: email turbulence at turbulence.org.
Directions: 4,5,6 to Brooklyn Brdge/City Hall subway station. Walk south on Park Row to Spruce Street, turn left and enter Pace University building on Spruce near Gold Street. Turn left inside building for the Multipurpose Room. Signs will be posted in the building, and security personnel may also guide the way.