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Friday Nights at the de Young: 100 Years of Robot Art and Science in the Bay Area

  • de Young Museum 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive San Francisco, CA, 94118 United States (map)

de Young Museum
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118

If you're in the Bay Area Friday night, 20 Nov, please join us at the de Young Museum Theater, San Francisco for a free-ranging discussion of "100 Years of Robot Art and Science in the Bay Area"

Co-Sponsored by the UC CITRIS "People and Robots" Initiative

5:00pm, Doors Open for Friday Nights at the de Young museum with free
admission, live music, cash bar, cafe, kids welcome.

The discussion in the main theater is in conjunction with the de Young's
exhibition honoring the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Panama-Pacific
International Exposition. It's organized by Kevin Chen from the de
Young in collaboration with Ken Goldberg from UC Berkeley and
Alexander Rose from The Long Now Foundation and will feature in the
Theater a series of 10-minute conversations between local artists,
researchers, writers, and curators, with artist Jenny Odell as "visual
jockey" providing live images as participants discuss robots, art, and
science from historical and contemporary perspectives: including Pieter Abbeell, Catharine Clark, Ken Goldberg, Karen Marcelo, John
John MarkoffJosette Melchor, David Pescovitz, Zander Alexander Rose, Tim
Roseborough, Dorothy Santos, Kal Spelletich, Terry Winograd