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Graduate Symposium 2021 // Speculative Futures

Nov 19 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

511 Building - Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design

Mediatheque

Graduate Community Events

511 NW Broadway
Portland, Oregon, 97209   [map]
503.226.4391

The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies is thrilled to welcome the 2021 Graduate Symposium Keynote Speaker, Amelia Winger-Bearskin for a lecture on her work and practice.

Amelia Winger-Bearskin is an artist who innovates with artificial intelligence in ways that make a positive impact on our community and the environment. She is a Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Chair and Associate Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the Arts, at the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida. She is the inventor of Honor Native Sky, a project for the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture: Honor Native Land Initiative. She founded Wampum.Codes which is both an award-winning podcast and an ethical framework for software development based on indigenous values of co-creation. Wampum.codes was awarded a Mozilla Fellowship embedded at the MIT Co-Creation Studio from 2019-2020 and was featured at the 2021 imagineNative festival. She continued her research in 2021 at Stanford University as their artist and technologist in residence made possible by the Stanford Visiting Artist Fund in Honor of Roberta Bowman Denning (VAF). Amelia is Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, Deer Clan.

Lecture will be streamed live in PNCA’s Shipley-Collins Mediatheque and on PNCA’s YouTube channel.

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