April 1516, 2016
Theorizing the Web 2016
Theorizing the Web is an inter- and non-disciplinary conference where scholars, journalists, artists, activists, and technology practitioners think conceptually and critically about the interrelationships between the Internet and society. Now in its sixth year, the two-day conference consists of speakers and panels highlighting thoughtful ideas about technology and culture from a diverse range of perspectives. Theorizing the Web appeals to a broad audience, emphasizing accessible language and public engagement.
Browse the full program here.
Tickets: Registration is pay-what-you-wish and includes access to both days. Register here. (Members may contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding online reservations.)
All tickets include same-day admission to the Museum (see gallery hours). View the Museum’s ticketing policy here. For more information on membership and to join online, visit our membership page.