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City Lights: How Can DIY Maker Culture Change the World?

On May 12th, Third Space Network and the Raw Hope Coalition will conclude their four-part series, Raw Hope of Humanity Rising, a set of public dialogues with artists, activists, and educators making “space for dialogue, participation, diversity and renewal.” Thursday’s event will be a panel discussion with Laura Cohen, education manager at Open Works Baltimore, Nehemiah Dixon, director of community engagement for Phillips@THEARC, and Layne Garrett, the co-founder and program director of Takoma arts space Rhizome DC, plus moderator Randall Packer, Third Space Network’s creative director. […]