Hi Thomas, SAVI, Carto and Enigma will be making the selection (a panel of six has been assembled). Let me know if you have any more questions. Best, Jessiejessie_at_prattcenter
Who are the judges? ... Who are the judges? On 1/19/2018 6:31 PM, jbraden@... [gismonyc] wrote: As part of New York City’s Open Data Week,tomlzz1
As part of New York City’s Open Data Week, Data through Design is now accepting submissions for our exhibition. We invite artists, designers, coders,jessie_at_prattcenter
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