Forum discusses the way in which cultural projects, interactive media installations, online networks, social software and collaborative endeavors may instigate an involvement or interest in civic and social deeds and contemporary art.

Guests:
Paul Klein, associate professor and chair of the Design and Technology department, and coordinator of the Center for Media Culture at the San Francisco Art Institute
Monica Narula , artist at Raqs Media Collective, based in New Delhi, India
Jeebesh Bagchi, artist at Raqs Media Collective, based in New Delhi, India
Sam Lavigne, co-creator of SFZero.org
Mark Tribe, assistant professor of Modern Culture and Media Studies at Brown University and author of the book "New Media Art," due out this May.

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