Ignite 11 Program

Ignite Ann Arbor 11 – Friday Nov 2nd 7pm – Downtown Ann Arbor District Library
7pm Friday November 2
Free
Follow @ignitea2 for updates!

A City in Six Acres: Kowloon Walled City, 1898 – 1993
Kat Johnson@whoiskatreally
LEGO, Piled Higher & Deeper
David Lorch@DPLorch
Our Voices, Our Neighborhoods: People at the Center of Arts and Culture Philanthropy
Katie Van Dusen
Asking Better Questions
James Kruth@artlogic
The Breadth of a Circle
Britain Woodman@britain
Bipolar Me
Ann Jeffers
You Shouldn’t Have to Climb Alone: How a Circuit Board and a Mentor Changed My Life
Kattni Rembor@kattni
Reclaiming the Night Sky
Gillen Brown

INTERMISSION

Crystals, milk, and rabies: LP’s legacy
Kayla Peck@kaylampeck
Old people go exploring, too!
Joseph Neely@joeneely55
Why Universities Are Killing (And Saving) Us
Eldridge Alexander@magiceldridge
From Aristotle to Troublesome Monkeys: Literature of sex in 19th century America
Garrett Scott@billybakkus
Designing a VUI in 5 steps
Ruchi Ookalkar@rookalkar
Art of the Arc
Ambika Vohra@sillysketch
10 Years at the U-M Computer & Video Game Archive
Dave Carter@davereadscomics
All You Need to Know About Shakespeare Plays in Five Minutes
Mya Lixian Gosling@GoodTickleBrain

Thank you to this year’s Ignite selection committee:
Ryan Burns, Keren Sharon, Thea Eck, Tom Brandt, Mariah Cherem, Eli Neiburger, Mohan Kartha, Roger Rayle, Shoshana Hurand, Valerie Sobczak, Zach Steindler

8 thoughts on “Ignite 11 Program

  1. Woot, IgniteAA! I didn’t know we had a local Ignite!

    I had a few Ignite talks featured years ago when I was in Portland, OR. If any spots open up, I’d be glad to redo my Danger Jenga talk here in AA. I’ve still got the slides and it is an easy, fun one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w4_OZyKQQE

    If not, I’ll try to submit in time for a future Ignite AA!

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