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Summer Art & Design Cruise with ArtsTech & Damsels in Design

Damsels in Design

Sunday, June 23, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

Summer Art & Design Cruise with ArtsTech & Damsels in Design

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ArtsTech Member Ticket 2 Tickets Ended $25.00 $1.62
DID Member Ticket 12 Tickets Ended $25.00 $1.62
Non-Member Ticket 7 Tickets Ended $35.00 $1.87

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SUMMER ART & DESIGN CRUISE

around Manhattan

Sunday, June 23rd from 2:00-6:00pm
Departs from East 23rd Street @ FDR
(Boat Leaves Promptly at 2:30pm and Disembarks at 5:30pm)


Open Beer & Wine Bar

Light Appetizers

Interactive Sound Workshop, Musical Performance & Dance Party provided by Michael Feld & John Jagos


Mix and Mingle with the most interesting designers, artists, start-ups, and techies in NYC aboard LUCILLE! For 3 hours you'll experience breathtaking views, connect with like-minded people, and relax in ultimate summertime mode!

The sound workshop will offer an in depth look into the world of
music performance technology & design and provide ways to use these tools in your work and play. Participants will take part in creating an interactive soundscape that changes over time and get the chance to experience using this incredible technology first hand.
The workshop will be followed by an epic dance party!


Many Thanks To Our Generous Sponsors


MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, integrate with services you already use, and track your results.
It's like your own personal publishing platform.

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Connect with A.I. Friedman:
https://www.facebook.com/AIFriedmanNY

 
A.I. Friedman has grown to be one of the largest independent dealers in art materials, graphic art supply and office products.


See.Me is a community of hundreds of thousands of artists, musicians, photographers, designers and creative enthusiasts who are collaborating, connecting and celebrating their work with an audience of millions. Over the past few years we have hosted dozens of shows, events and exhibitions, displayed the work of thousands of artists and have distributed over $1.5 million dollars worth of cash grants and other awards.

https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsWanted
https://twitter.com/ArtistsWanted
http://artistswanted.tumblr.com/


ArtsTech is designed to explore the ways in which social media and technology can help bring arts and culture to the masses. “Democratizing” the arts has been a long-standing goal in the art world, and no medium makes it more feasible than the web.

The purpose of this group is to bring together those working at the intersection of arts and technology to share ideas, strategies, successes, challenges and failures, and to explore the following questions:

  • How can the new technology available help raise awareness about the arts and enrich the audience experience?
  • How can cultural institutions interact and engage with each other and their audience in meaningful ways?
  • What can they learn from their audience and how can they use this knowledge to improve the way in which they present their content?
  • As well as countless others that we hope to uncover at future meetups!

Connect with ArtsTech on Twitter https://twitter.com/ArtsTechMeetup and Tumbler at http://artstech.tumblr.com/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/artstechmeetup


Damsels in Design is a cross-disciplinary networking organization for women in design. We foster professional and educational opportunities for female design professionals through career development workshops, design industry lectures, private tours and events. Damsels connects, supports and promotes its members through its events, outreach partners, blog and social media. Connect with Damsels on Twitter at https://twitter.com/damselsindesign and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/damselsindesign.com

 
Michael Feld is director and sound designer who specializes in the creation of live and composed sound for performance. Utilizing live sampling, foley art and digital production techniques, he creates soundscapes and immersive worlds for audiences. He has designed sound for numerous theaters including The Brick, Bushwick Starr, Manhattan Rep, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, NYU Steinhardt and The Metropolitan, among others. He most recently directed and co-designed an adaptation of Dante's Inferno featured this month as part of The Brick's sound scape festival.

michaelfeldarts.com/music

 

John Jagos is an audio engineer, sound designer, and electronic musician living in Brooklyn, NY. He has been active in the music and theater scenes for the past 3 years, touring the USA and Europe as Brothertiger, an electronic synthpop project started in 2009. John has also composed music and created sound effects for a variety of theater installations at Ohio University, where he graduated in 2012, as well as in the Greater New York City area. He is currently prepping for his 2nd LP release on Mush Records this year, and he is starting to accumulate more recording and mixing work at The Gallery Recording Studio, where he works.http://soundcloud.com/jjrecordingshttp://facebook.com/brothertiger

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East River Boat House @ 23rd St & FDR
E 23rd St
New York, NY 10010

Sunday, June 23, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)


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Damsels in Design

Damsels in Design is the premier cross-disciplinary networking organization for women in design-related fields. It fosters professional and educational opportunities for designers and design entrepreneurs in New York City. Each month Damsels in Design hosts networking mixers, engaging lectures, comprehensive workshops, and private tours. It supports, connects and actively engages members in the design community.

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