John Craig Freeman is a public artist with over twenty-five years of experience using emergent technologies to produce large-scale public work at sites where the forces of globalization are impacting the lives of individuals in local communities. He is currently a Professor of New Media Art at Emerson College in Boston.
Tania Ketenjian has been a journalist, documentarian and sound artist for nearly two decades. She is the Editor in Chief of SOUND MADE PUBLIC and has produced work for leading media entities and institutions all over the world including the BBC, NPR, MoMA, LACMA and others. Tania has taken what she deeply values, people and the stories they have to share, and turned it into her career.
Philip Wood, SOUND MADE PUBLIC, is a designer, maker and cultural provocateur who brings brands to life through experiences across multiple mediums. He is also the founder of CITIZEN:Citizen, whose products are included in the permanent collections of whichever MoMA you prefer – New York or San Francisco.
Barbara Goldstein, ZERO1, is the Chair of this art and technology network which leverages technology, art, and science to create social change. Currently, Barbara is an independent consultant focusing on public art planning and creative placemaking.
Amy Schoening, True Story, has been working collaboratively with a wide range of creative organizations, thinkers, and artists for over 25 years and is recognized for her unique ability to see and articulate the larger potential of an idea, then to inspire and shape its creative expression. She is currently engaged in creative collaborations with Alonzo King Lines Ballet, Bowery Poetry, and, in this role, with Lava Mae as Curator of Arts Programming.