ARTIST PANEL DISCUSSION ON DIGITAL CULTURE, CREATIVITY, AND POLITICS
PARTICPATING ARTISTS INCLUDE: KRISTA CABALLERO, CLIFF EVANS, AND ALBERTO GAITÁN
SATURDAY, APRIL 14th 2:30-4pm
On Saturday, April 14, 2012, some of the brightest emerging and established researchers, activists, educators and artists from around the world will descend on the University of Maryland to present, argue, and tweet about the social implications of the Internet for the second annual Theorizing the Web conference. This event is open to the public with a minimum registration contribution of $1. The daylong conference will be held throughout the Art and Sociology Building located on Campus Drive at the University of Maryland, College Park.
To preregister for the event please visit: http://www.cyborgology.org/theorizingtheweb/2012/registration.html
Registration on the day of the event begins at 8am on Saturday, April 14th.
For more information about Theorizing the Web 2012 please visit: http://www.cyborgology.org/theorizingtheweb/2012/simple_program.html