Next New York speaker

Vicki Saunders

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July 21, 8:30am • La Marina • part of a series on Equality

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Magnificent papercraft trailer Tinybop’s Human Body app, designed by the inimitable Kelli Anderson, who recently worked her papercraft magic in a whimsical New York Public Library display.

The , with aesthetics inspired by the beautiful vintage illustrations of the 1959 book The Human Body, is part of Tinybop’s new Explorer’s Library – a series of games that help kids develop a foundational understanding of the world through immersive, interaction-driven play.

Kelli Anderson was the speaker at our New York chapter. Check out her talk.

December’s lineup has been chosen! We’re excited to announce the Take the Stage speakers for our event on December 13th.

This month’s speakers are…

Andrew Jernigan, Actor & director, Simpletons
Bryon Summers, Producer, photojournalist
Emily Fischer, HapticLab.com
Jonnie Hallman, Designer/Developer
Nora Abousteit, Founder of Kollabora.com
Richard Boehmcke, Video Blogger, Screenwriter

As always, tickets will be available the Monday before the talk. Check the event page for more information. →

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"I must tell you, my dreams have been disturbing, but I am still able to see and feel beauty everywhere. Dread and delight at the same time. That is the truth about being alive." —Maira Kalman

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