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“Does Social Media Exacerbate Poverty Porn?”

It’s my pleasure to be participating in Technology Salon New York City’s event on May 14, 2013, discussing social media and poverty porn, alongside Linda Raftree, TMS Ruge, and Tom Murphy.

The event will not be streamed or recorded, but follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #tsnyc, and look for our write-ups after the event.

The TFI Sandbox

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The Tribeca Film Institute unveiled its TFI Sandbox, a site focusing on the work done by its Digital Initiatives department and the experience of interactive storytelling. Thank you to them for inviting me to be interviewed as part of their launch and resources section.

Seminario Transmedia

Spanish translation of a talk at Seminario Transmedia in Bogoto’, Colombia.

Presentation: Project Models: Narrative Design for Social Change

Presentation: Building Community

Presentation Slides: Fundacion Telefonica Madrid Transmedia Living Lab

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“99% Art In the Public Realm: A Tool for Social Change Panel”

This Sunday, May 6, 2012, 1 pm:

“99% Art In the Public Realm: A Tool for Social Change Panel”
sponsored by Metropolis magazine

From Susan B. Komen to Kony, public discourse is the art “Happening,” taking to the streets and Tweets to affect global change and re-invention. This panel will review art and current events globally, where public performance and street art is on the rise and how artists, museums, urban interventions, interactive events and media now meet marketing and non-profits to engage audience.

Curator, Jade Dressler, Creative Director and Metropolis journalist, with Lina Srivastava, Jonathan Porcelli, Serena Saitas, Nicholas Coblence, Renata Lopes-Merriam, Philippe Achard. 
Presented by Kiwi Arts Group at site/109, 109 Norfolk Street, NYC