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Shawn Pierre: ___ vs ___
Amendment V: Due Process, Self-Incrimination, Eminent Domain

I’m real­ly real­ly inter­est­ed in see­ing what hap­pens when two peo­ple who know each oth­er real­ly well start to play. Because the peo­ple you know well, you get to know their tells when they tell a lie, or at least maybe you think you do.

Vi Trinh: Cyber Soldiers in Cyber Houses
Amendment III: The Housing of Soldiers

What struck me first about the Third Amendment is that it’s the only part of the Constitution that deals direct­ly with the rela­tion­ship between the rights of indi­vid­u­als and the mil­i­tary in both peace and war.

Andy Malone: Standoff
Amendment II: The Right to Bear Arms

I was drawn to the con­cept of fin­ger guns as a metaphor. I also did­n’t want to use actu­al guns in this project. That was sort of a chal­lenge for myself, to not make this about shoot­ing things or make this about overt violence. 

Lexa Walsh: …Which By Their Very Utterance…
Amendment I: Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition

I decid­ed to go to grad­u­ate school and got an MFA in art and social prac­tice. And came out with a way to col­lec­tive­ly describe my prac­tice, which is hos­pitable democ­ra­cy.” And I call it a plat­form for mul­ti­ple voic­es across pow­er struc­tures for peo­ple and objects.”

Latoya Peterson and Cherisse Datu: Contempt
Amendment IV: Unreasonable Search and Seizure, Warrants, Probable Cause

The name Contempt” came from this idea of all the emotions—especially from the death of Breonna Taylor—a lot of the con­tempt we felt for how the sit­u­a­tion was being treat­ed; con­tempt of the law, which many peo­ple of col­or are accused of; and just gen­er­al­ly we decid­ed that this project would be our own way of cop­ing with the trau­ma of that time and what does it means to be American, what does it mean to be a per­son of color. 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Patricio Gonzalez Vivo
From Toy to Pro: Principles to Play Well With Others

Today I kind of want to share a path that I went through from tak­ing a per­son­al tool which is…like a per­son­al toy tool to the point that it’s a pro­fes­sion­al tool that I can use in my every­day work for what­ev­er kind of work I do.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luis Morales Navarro

I’m going to talk about p5.js and web acces­si­bil­i­ty, and par­tic­u­lar­ly about cre­at­ing infra­struc­ture for acces­si­bil­i­ty in an open source cre­ative community.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: eve­lyn masso
Crafting Access for p5.js

Why am I here? I’m here actu­al­ly for the com­mu­ni­ty for the work that we do togeth­er as a group of peo­ple that care deeply about care and access and all these dif­fer­ent issues and approach­a­bil­i­ty and things like that.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Cassie Tarakajian

I want­ed to talk about how I got into cod­ing and art. And how I start­ed work­ing on the p5 edi­tor, since now I’ve been work­ing on it for five years and maybe it seems sort of like if you want to do some­thing like that like…how do you do it? And why is it impor­tant to me? 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luca Damasco

Today, I real­ly want to talk about how we built Wick Editor to grow with the users that were using the tool, and some things that I wish I knew when we started.

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