De los Reyes spoke at the Jacobs Institute as part of For Whom? By Whom? Designs for Belonging. Afterward, he spoke with Public Programs Officer Robert J. Kett about design and futures of well-being.
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At BAMPFA, Christine Gaspar discusses her work as executive director of the Center for Urban Pedagogy, a New York–based nonprofit whose mission is to use the power of design and art to increase meaningful civic engagement.
In this talk, artist Marisa Morán Jahn broadens how we think about technology through the example of copper, whose extraction, refinement, and use is both ancient and future-forward.
At BAMPFA, Melodie Yashar shares insights from her work as a design architect, researcher, and cofounder of Space Exploration Architecture, a group developing human-supporting concepts for space exploration.
At BAMPFA, a talk by Aza Raskin, a cofounder of the Center for Humane Technology, which is leading the charge in reversing the digital attention crisis and realigning technology with humanity’s best interests.
At BAMPFA, a talk by Refik Anadol, an Istanbul-born media artist, director, and pioneer in the aesthetics of machine intelligence.
Tech writer Claire Evans on the women who made the internet.
Students, parents, and alumni are invited to meet student makers who are developing thoughtful solutions to real-world problems — and get an up-close look at design processes in activities for makers of all ages. From prototypes in fields like health and sustainability to new community initiatives, explore how students are working to invent a better future.
At BAMPFA, Yanni Loukissas delivers a talk drawing on his new monograph, All Data Are Local: Thinking Critically in a Data-Driven Society.
Design anthropologist Genevieve Bell on righting the future of AI.
At BAMPFA, a talk by Allison Arieff, editorial director of SPUR, the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association.
At BAMPFA, architect Julien Beller illuminates his atypical approach to urban design: calling into question how a city is built, he works toward building a just city, constructed with pleasure, where everyone has a place.
At BAMPFA, a talk by Amy Franceschini, the founder of Futurefarmers, a group of artists, designers, farmers, and architects with a common interest in creating frameworks of participation that recalibrate our cultural compass.