SFPC Salon

location 155 Bank Street | 7 PM-9 PM Thursday 14 March 2019 (EST)

SFPC's Spring 2019 Salon

School for Poetic Computation(SFPC) is an artist run school based in NYC.

To celebrate the start of our Spring 2019 SFPC session, we are holding a salon with a variety of speakers including leading practitioners in the field and friends of the school. These talks will happen on Thursday, March 14th and are open to the public. Speakers will give talks about their own work, research or interests and/or alternatively to address a key question of SFPC:

  • What is poetic computation?
  • What should a school be? What could a school be?
  • What projects, platforms, tools, ideas, resources should we be thinking about?
  • What does it mean to take something apart and put back together in new ways?
  • What are the gaps and how do we fill them?
  • What should the role of an artist be now, especially in the context of activism?

Speakers: 1. Janus Rose; Janus Rose is a NYC-based writer & educator with 10 years of experience covering technology and privacy for major online & print publications 2. Kelli Anderson; Designer. Into: lo-fi stuff, handheld revelations / likes simple things that don't behave as expected. 3. Surya Mattu; Artist & Investigative Data Journalist 4. Amit Pitaru; Google Creative Lab | Co Founder of The School for Poetic Computation and Kitchen Table Coders

SFPC's salon is curated & MC'd by Zach Lieberman

  • Talks will be from 7~9pm, doors open at 6
  • 155 Bank Street, New York, NYC
  • Open to public
  • Seating is limited. First-come, first-served for those who've RSVPd

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