Inaugural Tacoma Think & Drink to Look at How Tech Shapes Communities

Bit by Bit: The Digital Evolution of the Neighborhood to spark conversation at the Pantages Theater Oct. 10.

Think & DrinkJoin Humanities Washington for the first ever Think & Drink conversation in Tacoma: Bit by Bit: The Digital Evolution of the Neighborhood takes place in the Pantages Theater Lobby starting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10. The free event will feature a discussion about how advances in digital technology are affecting our interactions, institutions and culture.

Humanities Washington’s Think & Drink program brings hosted conversations on provocative topics and new ideas to pubs, tasting rooms and other non-traditional venues around the state, fostering community discussions by meeting people where they already gather.

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What: Bit by Bit: The Digital Evolution of the Neighborhood, a Think & Drink conversation with Alex Alben and Amy Fisher, with moderator Ashley Gross
When: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013
Where: Pantages Theater Lobby, 901 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402 [Directions]
Cost: Free with registration
On the Web: humanities.org/programs/think-drink
Questions? Email Zaki Abdelhamid at zaki@humanities.org or call 206.682.1770 x102

This Think & Drink discussion will be led by technology experts Alex Alben and Amy Fisher, and moderated by Ashley Gross. Alben is the author of Analog Days – How Technology Rewrote Our Future and a member of Humanities Washington’s Speakers Bureau. Fisher is a professor in the University of Puget Sound’s Science, Technology and Society program. Gross is a business and labor reporter with KPLU radio.

This program is presented in partnership with Broadway Center for the Performing Arts and Immanuel Presbyterian Church.

PLEASE NOTE: While this program is free, advance registration is required on the Broadway Center fro the Performing Arts website.

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