The Open Garden from Identity 2.0 is an online festival exploring the relationship between race and tech.
Identity 2.0, a creative studio working at the intersection of technology, digital rights and identity, brings you The Open Garden, a day of workshops from creative practitioners and artists.
Each workshop will ask a different question about the relationship between race and tech whilst teaching and sharing new skills - from learning the basics of AR filters, to rethinking cartography.
Through uniquely curated workshops from award-winning creatives, and a closing talk from Yassmin Abdel-Mageid, the day invites you to learn new skills and ask important conversations about race and the digital tools we use everyday.
Identity 2.0 is opening the day with a short talk, and they are joined by design practice Ricebox Studios, poet and filmmaker Marissa Mireles Hinds, UX and service designer Florence Okoye and indigenous-African guerrilla theorist and curator Neema Githere.
£2 for access a single session
£5 for access to the whole day
£15 for access the whole day + sponsor someone elses ticket!