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. He’s mostly not very professional, yet somehow he gets it done.
Jer is an artist, writer and teacher living in New York City. He was the New York Times’ first Data Artist in Residence, is a National Geographic Explorer, and in 2017 and 2018 served as the Innovator in Residence at the Library of Congress. His book ‘Living in Data’ will be published in the spring of 2020. Find him at jerthorp.com and tweeting @blprnt.
Caitlin Rae Hargarten
Caitlin is an arts event instigator + organizer, designer and maker of motion graphics with her partner Sam under the moniker Squawk. She is the master of the docs and finds great joy in bringing folks together. [@squ___awk]
Wes founded the California based data visualization studio Pitch Interactive where he is in charge of technical and creative direction. His work focuses on revealing patterns about human behavior and how our actions impact our surroundings. He likes to climb mountains. Follow the work @pitchinc.
2020-2022 Curatorial Fellows
Matt is a researcher, developer, and designer. His work centers on the intersection of technology, design, and critical software development. He’s a researcher at Duke University in Computational Media Arts and Cultures, and teaches classes and workshops in interaction design, machine learning, interface design and internet-of-things. His research areas include artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and race, society and information. MattKenney.me
Carmen Aguilar y Wedge and Ece Tankal are co-founders of Hyphen-Labs, an international collective working at the intersection of technology, art, science, and the future. Through their global vision and multi-disciplinary backgrounds they are driven to create engaging ways to explore planetary-centered design. In the process they challenge conventions and stimulate conversations, placing collective needs and experiences at the center of evolving narratives. Hyphen-Labs.com
Credits / Thanks
Pitch Interactive: Web