I talked with Evilicious of the Gotham Girls Brooklyn Bombshells roller derby team about running a nonprofit while on skates and their campaign for Queen of Brooklyn.
I talked with Brett Gaylor, filmmaker of the interactive documentary, Do Not Track, for The Awl about the way our personal data is collected, manipulated, sold, and deployed against us on the internet.
The Personal Experience of Surveillance will install an interactive exhibit in Storyscapes: A New Celebration of Interactive Storytelling at Tribeca Film Festival. Get tickets here. Read more about the art curators behind Storyscapes on The Wall Street Journal.
The Personal Experience of Surveillance is a series of storytelling panel discussions across New York City that aims to build a shared understanding of the impact of surveillance in different kinds of people. Email us your personal stories! We also share our own.
CATALYST Review is an online and print publication platform curated by the Arts & Cultural Management and Design Management graduate programs at Pratt Institute and designed to promote and catalyze creative enterprise. Our focus is on leadership and the role of 21st Century leaders in developing thriving cultures and creative economies. Issue 14 on Policy By Design will feature articles and interviews by Richard Florida, Roger Martin, National Endowment for the Arts, and UK Design Lab and more design leaders will come out in May 2015!