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May 28, 2020 • “Adapting to the Times” (The Oregon Reality Lab, University of Oregon Portland, School of Journalism and Communication)

May 18, 2020 • “Conference ‘What is Information'” (Journalism 5.0, CAIJ: Center of Artificial Intelligence Journalism, Department of Journalism, Charles University, Prague)

May 4, 2020 • “Min Tang presents at the cyberconference ‘What is Information 2020′” (School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington Bothell)

April 30, 2020 • SOJC’s “What Is Information?” Conference (New Media and Culture Program, University of Oregon)

April 29, 2020 • Register today to join OHS Director of Community Engagement Eliza Canty-Jones (Oregon Historical Society)

April 28, 2020 • Annual ‘What Is’ conference explores information (AroundTheO)

April 2020 • Design Portland; Calendar (DesignPortland.Org). “Our calendar is a year-round source for what’s happening in our city’s design community, across disciplines.”

February 2020 • Opportunities: What is Information? Cyberconference (HASTAC: Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory)

January 2020 • IAMCR Events: What is Information? (International Association for Media and Communication Research)

November 2019 • ICA Newsletter: November 2019 (International Communication Association: Newsletter, Volume 47, Issue 9*)

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Working on presentation materials for the “What is Information Virtual Conference” @uoregon presenting Friday at 1:45 and part of a virtual exhibition April 30th through May 2nd. Description of the virtual exhibition Networks: #networks2020 draws upon an interwoven tapestry of works—networks—across communication, design, history, homelessness, information systems, installation art, media, newspapers, photography, textile arts, and visual arts. It draws on information in its broadest context including adaptation, books, documentary, prints, sculptures and installations, resilient systems, time-based art, and virtual environments, as well as juxtapositions of analogue and digital works

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