art | embodiment | cognition | networks | post-humanism | crypto
MotionDAO is geared to support a collective of art and technology artists interested in the creative and social change potential of Web3 or blockchain technologies. It is set to meet weekly for 90 minutes online sessions.
Two of the four monthly sessions will be dedicated to important topics of blockchain technology and will have a more structured format and final discussion; there may be guests lecturers from specialists and more focused workshops.
The two other sessions will be more community oriented in a format for dialogue and connection.
Criteria for MotionDAO:
-Commitment to attend and actively participate.
-To be member of dance-tech.net
-Request invitation to the dance-tech.net MotionDAO group (this Group)
-Join the Telegram MotionDAO Group.
-Catch up using the MotionDAO Labs video archive ( see to the right on this text)
-The participants will receive a budgeted incentive in Near Tokens for each session
-New members need to open a Near Wallet and place the ID handler in your dance-tech.net profile. This is needed to receive and send Near Tokens.
-If participants cannot attend a session, they need to notify the group using MotionDAO telegram channel.
- Creative explorations of the affordances of the blockchain are encouraged in all local contexts and global contexts
-Dance-tech.net members can join in a rolling bases requesting membership to this group or in the Telegram Channel.
We will be using the Near Protocol and sessions are conducted on ZOOM. Lectures and talks are recorded.
Weekly session are coordinated and facilitated in English by Marlon Barrios Solano
Consultant: Lenara Verle
Latest Activity: Apr 20
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