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Please join us for a online talk by the artist  Daniel Howe

Location: The [DIAP] Zoom Room

Thursday May 7th

Time 9:30AM – 11:00AM

The presentation is free and open to the public.

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Daniel C. Howe is an artist and hacker whose work addresses the impact of networked, computational technologies on core human values such as diversity, privacy and freedom. He has been an open-source advocate and contributor to dozens of socially-engaged software projects over the past two decades. His outputs include software interventions, art installations, procedurally-augmented text and sound, and tools for artists. He divides his time between New York and Hong Kong, where he teaches at the School of Creative Media.

Daniel Howe announcement

The [DIAP] MFA is committed to and supports racial justice activism as an enlivened and publicly engaged dialogue that explores artistic practices to change society. We are proud to be part of a vital campus that can be an instrument of change to push our society toward greater inclusivity and equity.

On June 9th at 1 PM the office of CCNY’s president and CCNY’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is organizing an important conversation about this moment of protest and the movements for racial justice

Uprising in Context: The Struggle for Racial Justice in the United States