My first 2011 project blogged is actually bow to my Sister Company, Capture M.O.R.
I'm finishing work on three commercial projects that will be posted before the end of January.
Photo by Ryan Siemers
As I've begun to split my event and family work into a new copmany of it's own, I will ahve a little overlap so that audiences get directed to the right place. Below is a highlight of the nights photos.
“This month, Give & Take acts as the closing event for Works Progress' newest exhibition We Work Here: A Conversation on Art, Economics, and Community. This months Give & Take event will continue to explore these themes and engage the audience in a conversation on the value of creative work to our lives, our economies and our communities.” - Work’s Progress
George Henderson - Tuned our TV back to the past with "Oil Science Theater" Matt Huber - Drove us to see how "Oil As a Way of Life" is embedded in our lifestyle choices Bruce Braun - Reconnected us to Oil and the "Technological Unconscious"
After a quick Q&A with George, Matt, & Bruce The audience and speakers smelled Oil from around the world, made smoothies with their own energy, and learned how much pedal power was needed for light in incandescent and florescent light bulbs.
Matthew Schnider-Mayerson rounded off the evening by presenting the "Post-Carbon World" expressing both hope and realism in the effects of being caught off guard or well prepared.
For the official descriptions of each topic: click here
"Give & Take subverts the traditional short-format presentation model that says information has to flow one way - from the presenter to the audience. We do this by asking everybody in attendance, presenters and audience, two questions: