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Accessing and Using Community Data for Your Art
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Join Liz Monk and Chelsea Gunn as they explore the connection between art and the creative side of visualizing data.
Drawing inspiration from examples of data-driven artwork, including Mona Chalabi’s hand-drawn visualizations of trees in New York City, Kathryn Clark’s foreclosure quilts and Alice Thudt’s ceramic representations of personal data, we will share how to access similar local data resources. Participants will have time to practice accessing data and will also have time to get creative with data.
You are encouraged to join even, or especially if, you feel like you shouldn’t because you
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