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Working the Crowd : A brown bag lunch panel discussion on Crowd sourcing

Time: October 17, 2012 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: New Haven Institute Library, Chapel St. Downtown New Haven
Street: 847 Chapel St
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://institutelibrary.org/i…
Phone: 203 772 2788
Event Type: brown, bag, lunch, crowd, sourcing, panel, discussion
Organized By: Shola Cole
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2012

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A brown bag lunch panel discussion geared towards those in the Greater New Haven Community interested in crowdsourcing to raise awareness to local issues, (as well as funds) with a creative and community minded approach.

From the widely known Kickstarter engine, to others such as Indiegogo and Go Fund Me - a panel of "Greater New Haven-ites" with community platforms ranging from the street to the stage will share insight and experiences.  We will cover topics like media format, message, identifying community need, promoting the platform and more. The event will also allow for audience feedback and questions.

Panelists include Ben Berkowitz (Inside Out & ClickSeeFund), Jen Vickery (108 Monkeys & Elm City Flow), Bert Bernardi (Pantochino Productions) and will be moderated by New Haven-based Writer, actor and tech media socialite Christian Shaboo


New Haven Institute Library 847 Chapel St,

New Haven,CT * 12pm to 1pm

$10 Students/Arts Council members, $15 General Public

Brown Bag Lunch - Beverages and healthy snacks provided.

 

For more information, and to reserve a spot, please contact the Arts Council at (203)772-2788 or email Shola Cole, The Arts Council of Greater New Haven’s Coordinator of Community Programs, at scole@newhavenarts.com

 

*Not Wheelchair accessible – wheelchair accessible viewing via live feed available at NHFPL’s Downtown Branch in the Community Programming room on the lower level from 12 – 1pm.

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