Posts tagged Mentor in Residence
Pi-Isis Ankhra

Pi-Isis Ankhra

President & Founder, P.S. 314, Philanthropic & Nonprofit Consultant, Impact Producer

Track: Social Impact

Pi-Isis S. Ankhra, founder and president of P.S. 314, brings over 20 years of experience developing strategic initiatives targeted at leveraging private and public investments. She has secured over $150 million for a diverse range of com- munity based and major institutions, specifically within the fields of arts, education, social justice and advocacy.

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Toni Dove

Toni Dove

Writer, Director, Designer, Interactive Filmmaker

Track: Immersive Experiences

Toni Dove lives and works in New York. Since the early 1990s, she has produced unique and highly imaginative embodied hybrids of film, installation and performance. In her work, performers and participants interact with an unfolding narrative, using interface technologies such as motion sensing to “perform” on-screen avatars.

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Bruce Nussbaum

Bruce Nussbaum

Author, Professor of Innovation & Design

Bruce Nussbaum, former assistant managing editor for BusinessWeek, is professor of innovation and design at Parsons School of Design and an award-winning writer. He is founder of the Innovation & Design online channel, and IN: Inside Innovation, a quarterly innovation magazine, and blogs at Fast Company and Harvard Business Review.

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Daniel Perlin

Daniel Perlin

Founder, Make_Good

Track: Creative Experiments

Daniel believes in listening closely as a strategy for design. He is currently the founder of Make_Good, an experience design studio dedicated to bettering lives and the planet.  As a designer, he has produced a wide range of works, from screen-based experiences to objects to installations and spaces.

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Ian Sullivan

Ian Sullivan

Director of Exhibitions and Operations, CCS Bard

Track: Museum Technology

Ian Sullivan is the Director of Exhibitions and Operations at CCS Bard, Bard College. Formerly he was the Director of Exhibitions Management at the New Museum where he oversaw a gallery expansion and was responsible for the organization and production of numerous exhibitions, notably Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel (2018); the 2018 Triennial Songs for Sabotage; Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon (2017); and Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work (2017).

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