Art Datathon - Virtual Event
Two Day Virtual Event!
Friday 3:30-4:30PM EST: Public Lecture (virtual)
Catherine D'Ignazio (Director of the Data Feminism Lab at MIT, Assistant Professor of Urban Science and Planning)
Friday 5:00-7:00PM EST: Datathon participant welcome and breakout in teams for initial brainstorming (virtual)
Work in teams to explore issues of diversity equity and inclusion on the Tufts University campus through art and data. No coding or artistic experience is necessary. Sign up with the link below and we'll place you in a team. This is a collaborative, fun, and non-competitive event.
Saturday 9:00-12:00PM EST: Work in Teams (hybrid)
Saturday 12:00-1:00PM EST: Panel on Finding Bias in Museum Collections (virtual) featuring:
- Kelli Morgan (Professor of the Practice, History of Art and Architecture and Director of Curatorial Studies, History of Art and Architecture at Tufts University)
- Diana Greenwald (Assistant Curator of the Collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum)
- Chad Topaz (Professor of Mathematics at Williams College and Co-Founder of the Institute for the Quantitative Study of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity - QSIDE).
Saturday 2:00-4:00PM EST: Work in Teams (hybrid)
Saturday 4:00-5:00PM EST: Showcase Datathon Team Products (hybrid)