Creative Code Meetup XXVIII: Sara Dean & Erin McElroy

For our first Creative Code Meetup of 2017 we are excited to have presentations from two exceptional artists whose digital practices inspire critical thinking about spatial ecosystems.

Doors at 7:00pm
$5-$20 Sliding Scale Entry
Bar for those 21+

The work of technologists Sara Dean and Erin McElroy models artful social change and gives life to the untold stories of data, resistance, and resilient design. Join us for this special meetup!

We're looking forward to seeing everyone!


Erin McElroy

Erin McElroy is the cofounder of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - a data visualization, data analysis, and oral history collective documenting the dispossession and resistance of San Francisco Bay Area residents upon gentrifying landscapes. She is also a doctoral candidate in Feminist Studies at UC Santa Cruz, applying post-socialist analytics, feminist science studies, and critical race studies to unearth techno-utopic fantasies of freedom within and beyond the Bay Area. Currently, Erin is an artist fellow at the Kala Institute in Berkeley.

Sara Dean

Sara Dean is a San Francisco-based architect and designer. She specializes in emerging digital practices, and their implications on public engagement, urban interface, and resilient design. Her research studio, VUCA, designs engagements within complex systems, emerging ecologies, and uncertain futures with a commitment to open-access data and crowd-production. Sara is the Assistant Chair of MFA Design and Assistant Professor of Interaction Design at the California College of the Arts.