But now, like the buffalo, theyre back. Since early January, the programs -- including tonights viewing of Frontlines Digital Nation: Life on the Virtual Frontier -- have focused on Kindas collaboration with the Digital Garden, Leo Kacenjars master's thesis thats half community garden, half digital-discourse installation. Were a small organization, says Burgess, so one of the things were doing is trying to incorporate all of our projects and events and interrelate them.
Discussion Nights begin at 6:30 p.m. at the nonprofits headquarters, 4500 Leetsdale Drive in Glendale, with kind of a potluck thing, Burgess says, as well as some mingling; a discussion follows the film. The event is free, but donations are accepted. Find out more at www.kindacollective.org or by calling 720-255-2575.
Thu., March 17, 6:30 p.m., 2011