The WoI museum exhibition ran from July 14 – September 3, 2018 at the Art, Design & Architecture (AD&A) Museum.The exhibition showcased three 6’x4’ canvasses including a mosaic created by students as part of a course-credit program.
More than 200 people attended the launch and WoI presentation on July 19, 2018. Close to 30 women from the book traveled from 8 U.S. cities and as far as Brazil, China, The Netherlands, and New Zealand.
The Human Mind and Migration program in collaboration with The Neuroscience Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).
Framed against the often volatile social and political backdrop of our species’ long history of migration, the “Human Mind and Migration” program will explore the neurobiological roots of human beings as they confront others who may be perceived as different and as they define the boundaries of their groups. The topic is intertwined with human social behavior and the very broad range over which sociality operates in humans as a contributor to our success or failure as a species.
We will continue to explore societal challenges through partnerships with impactmania’s education partners around neuroscience, technology, and humanity. The visualization of research and interviews will be presented in an interactive (online and offline) world map installation.
Featuring the Future of Business—successful organizations will be as much for-purpose, as it is for-profit. Check out the video stories we have created with partners around the world. The impactmania video co-produced and directed in India was featured at the United Nations Global (UN) Compact Conference in 2017. impactmania is creating a global video series of social enterprises; contact us if you’d like to collaborate.
Impact X profiled 30 impact makers from an oceanographer, a nine-time Grammy Award winner, to a U.S. Presidential Award winner for her work in STEM. As we work together, especially across sectors, we can address highly complex social issues. The book launch presented a panel with interviewees from Impact X sharing their work on a local, national, and outside the United States.
Art, Design & Architecture Museum (UCSB)
Material Research Lab (UCSB)
The Squire Foundation
Crush Santa Barbara
Ojai Alisal Wines
Studio & Cine
Jaffurs Wine Cellars