Social Networking Technology:

Spaces for Creation, Engagement, Discourse and Promotion

Tuesday, October 20, 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Organized by Cynthia Gehrig, president, Jerome Foundation

Presented by Amanda McDonald Crowley, executive director, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center; Scott Kildall, artist; Britta Riley, artist; Brooke Singer, artist

A hands-on exploration of bold advances in social networking technologies in which the aesthetics of interactivity are creatively used to make new works and deepen connections. Engage with new art and messaging via technology-based social networks. What levels of meaning can we achieve through these connective sites? What are the generational features of these networks? Where are we seeing innovation in this rapidly changing field? In a time of economic constraints, what efficiencies and cost savings are involved in artists utilizing social networks for connection and promotion?

Related Links:

Eyebeam Art + Technology Center
Scott Kildall
No Matter
Second Front