Date: Friday, August 24, 2018 - 12:00pmLocation: 1001 Woodward AvenuePrice: Free
What does the future of education look like? How have Detroit dreamers like Jewell Jones, Andrea Boyd, Meagan Ward, and more make their dreams into a reality? Join Science Gallery Lab Detroit and the Future Project for Future Fest, a day of performances, networking, and conversation that explores youth's visions for the future. Featuring an all star panel, live art, food, and TED-talk style...Date: Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 5:00pmLocation: 1001 Woodward AvePrice: Free
Riding With Aunt D. Dot is an experimental short film about a young artist traveling between worlds on the city bus. Produced in partnership with the Transit Justice Team and funded by the Detroit Narrative Agency, Riding With Aunt D. Dot takes a different look at gentrification, mental health, and success.
Bree Gant is a documentarian from Detroit exploring Black...Date: Friday, August 17, 2018 - 5:00pmLocation: 1001 Woodward AvePrice: Free
What will the technologies, products, and systems of the future be like? How might they shape and influence the values of the society in which they would exist? Join artists Nida Abdullah and Zach Kaiser for an evening of imagining the future. Using the outputs of the machine learning system featured in the exhibit “Everything Speculative” as a starting point for speculating on future...