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16 Tech Community Conversations: Big Ideas & Best Practices: Our Priorities at Work - Shared screen with speaker view
16 Tech Community Corporation
19:40
Welcome everyone! Thanks for joining us tonight.
16 Tech Community Corporation
24:37
More on Eduardo LunaConceptual Artist, Cultural Promoter and Founder of Arte Mexicano en Indiana and staff Artist of Big Car Collaborative. Eduardo was born in Guerrero, Mexico but has resided in Indianapolis since 1999. He hosts live music events, curates visual arts exhibitions and works to elevate the Mexican and Latino arts in Indianapolis through various festivals and partnerships with non-profit organizations. Eduardo holds a bachelor's degree in Media Arts and Science from IUPUI and lives in the Near Westside of Indianapolis. Current projects include La Sardina Gallery, Nopal Cultural, Cubitos Gallery and Radio Calaca.
16 Tech Community Corporation
25:08
More on Danicia Monet: Danicia is an arts & culture ambassador and urban planner pursuing her PhD on the User-Experience of Race. Her applied research is based on the context of Race & Space - Growing Critical Cultural Capacity in the Built Environment. As a fellow with Americans for the Arts for the Arts and Transportation for America she challenges the ideas of public space and place-making to encourage a people-centric status quo. Danicia holds a Bachelor in Urban Planning and Spanish & a Masters in Nonprofit Management with a focus on global relations and sustainability. She is a creative director, interaction designer and planner based in Indianapolis, IN with ongoing projects in Monteverde, CR, Dallas, TX and New Orleans, LA
16 Tech Community Corporation
25:41
More on Michael Kaufmann: For the last nine years Michael Kaufmann has worked for Health & Hospital Corporation as vice president of civic investment supporting equitable and accessible art and culture, design, and livability initiatives for Eskenazi Health. He curated and project managed an award-winning two million dollar public art program as part of the construction of the organization’s new LEED-Gold certified hospital campus, oversaw the building and programming of a rooftop farm on the hospital’s six-story outpatient building, and helped catalyze a transition of its local food procurement from 5% to 50% purchased within the state of Indiana.
16 Tech Community Corporation
25:46
His current board service includes the Indianapolis Parks Foundation, Create Indy, and IUPUI Board of Advisors. Previously, he served on the boards for ArtMix, Indy Food Council, IndyHub, Indianapolis Museum of Art's Contemporary Arts Society, New Amsterdam Presents, and Reconnecting to Our Waterway. He served as the Connect Indy project manager for Plan 2020 (Indianapolis Bicentennial Plan), co-chaired LISC Indy’s (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) Great Places 2020, and currently is a consultant to 16 Tech and chairs the Connected Communities Initiative housed at Central Indiana Community Foundation.
Starla Hart
51:10
Hello everyone! Feel free to drop ideas and questions for us :)
16 Tech Community Corporation
51:21
Questions for the panelists? Pop them in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom window.
Starla Hart
01:11:02
An article I read earlier today about a community’s response to gentrification: https://medasf.org/cultural-placekeeping-part-1-of-3-the-case-for-cultural-placekeeping-in-low-income-communities-of-color/
Starla Hart
01:32:09
YES! YES! YES!!!
16 Tech Community Corporation
01:41:46
Apply online: 16tech.com/community-investment