Dinnovate

The Knight Foundation‘s Program Director for San Jose, Danny Harris, has launched a dinner series for networking and creating conversations called Dinnovate. The second dinner in this ongoing series featured Maryanna Rogers from the Tech Museum and Ghigo DiTommaso from Gehl Studio, who led a discussion on re-imagining the blank canvases of San Jose’s civic spaces. The evening’s conversation was hosted by Harris, organized by Moveable Feast, catered by Little Chef Counter, and held at the School for Visual Philosophy(Pictured above, Noga Cohen and Danny Harris.)

Here are the participants of Dinnovate, Feb. 19, 2015.

 

Maryanna Rogers, The Tech Museum

Maryanna Rogers, The Tech Museum

Ghigo DiTommaso, Gehl Studio

Ghigo DiTommaso, Gehl Studio

Wayne Chen, San Jose Department of Housing

Wayne Chen, San Jose Department of Housing

Nicholas, sculptor, School of Visual Philosophy

Nicolas Echeverri von Broen, sculptor, School of Visual Philosophy

Russell Simpkins, Gensler

Russell Simpkins, Gensler

Camille Fontanilla, Somos Mayfair

Camille Fontanilla, Somos Mayfair

Sal Pizarro, San Jose Mercury News & Mark Haney, Think Bigger San Jose

Sal Pizarro, San Jose Mercury News & Mark Haney, Think Bigger San Jose

Heather Lerner, Happy Hollow Foundation

Heather Lerner, Happy Hollow Foundation

Yori Seeger, School of Visual Philosophy

Yori Seeger, School of Visual Philosophy

Hilary Nixon, San Jose State University

Hilary Nixon, San Jose State University

Mark Arroyo, Musian & Tommy Aguilar, Ungrammar

Mark Arroyo, Musician & Tommy Aguilar, Ungrammar

Peter Nguyen, Office of Councilmember Raul Peralez

Peter Nguyen, Office of Councilmember Raul Peralez

Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report

Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report

Blage Zelalich, San Jose Downtown Association

Blage Zelalich, San Jose Downtown Association

Peter Allen, Teatro Vision

Peter Allen, Teatro Vision

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