Don’t be afraid to reach out to us with questions or requests. We’d love to hear from you.
Eyeo Festival c/o Dave Schroeder
20 N.E. 2nd Street, #1508
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Here’s an answer to a popular question: We don’t do a formal call for submissions for talks. Just send us a note and some links about yourself and your work and we’ll check it out. We love to see what people are up to. What we don’t know could fill a book, and people are killing it everywhere, so don’t be shy. Please note: We don’t respond to inquiries from PR firms working to get speaking gigs for their clients.
We love our sponsors. Our attendees appreciate what they do, and what they make possible at Eyeo. Shoot Dave an email if you’d like to learn more about supporting the festival and the community it gathers.
Dave is the owner and operator of Pilotvibe, an entity known initially for Music & Sound Design services, but more and more for producing events like the Eyeo Festival and INSTINT. He’s mostly not very professional, yet somehow he gets it done.
Jer Thorp is a data artist, thinker, speaker and partner at the Office for Creative Research in NYC. He blogs at blprnt.com. [@blprnt] He’s been in down really deep in a submarine and charged by elephants (on land).
Caitlin Rae Hargarten
Caitlin is an arts event instigator + organizer, graphic designer and maker of animations with her partner Sam under the moniker Squawk. She finds great joy in bringing folks together and crafting a paper collage. [@squ___awk]
Wes founded the data visualization studio Pitch Interactive where he is in charge of technical and creative direction. Find him/them rocking it in Oakland, CA. [@pitchinc] In addition to pitching and delivering beautiful work, he’s also pretty prolific at pitching tents in the mountains of California.
2019 Curatorial Fellows
Mimi Onuoha is a Nigerian-American, Brooklyn-based new media artist and researcher whose work deals with the missing and obscured remnants forged from a society based on automation. Through layerings of code, text, interventions, and objects, she seeks to explore the ways in which people are abstracted, represented, and classified.
L05 (Carlos Garcia)
L05 (Carlos Garcia) is an artist, performer, designer, and engineer. He has performed and exhibited work individually and as part of award winning Detroit-based artist collective Complex Movements. L05 is a vocalist and producer in hip hop/electronic duo Celsius Electronics and a co-founder of the Branch Out Collective. He lead creative research and design at the University of Michigan’s Duderstadt Center, where he managed the GroundWorks Media Lab. L05 is currently an MFA candidate at UCLA Design | Media Arts.
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