As David Gauntlett prepares his next book, An Experimental Culture of All Kinds of Things Made by Everybody, he is doing some work-in-progress talks about the book and its intentions. In February, one of these was at the University of Toronto. The next one is on 27 March, 4.00-5.30pm, as part of the Catalyst Research Talks series at The Catalyst, Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University.
The poster says:
People still like to make things. We can be crafty, curious and experimental. And we like to connect across cultures.
David Gauntlett, FCAD’s Tier I Canada Research Chair in Creative Innovation, invites you to join him in looking for shards of hope beyond the creepy gloom of surveillance capitalism.
All welcome. Please register for free if you’re coming. We look forward to seeing you there!