Regenerative Culture Dialogue
​7:30-9:30 (doors at 7)
@The Red Victorian, 1665 Haight St SF
Suggested Donation $10-20

Join Bloom Bay Area in exploring different facets of regenerative culture. Maya Zuckerman will share her sci-fi storyworld for Em’s Theory, a forthcoming comic book and film about different possible futures, and how we choose among them. Rucha Chitnis will show recent highlights from her photojournalist work reporting on regenerative agriculture and how women are taking the forefront on community well being across the world.

7:30 Introduction and icebreakers
7:45 Speakers
8:15 Q & A
8:30 Breakout groups: What aspect of your life, or passion project, would benefit from more regenerativity?
9:00 Networking

​A livestream of this event will be broadcast on Bloom Network’s Facebook page. Streaming and archive produced by Andrew J. O’Keefe II.

Speaker Bios:
Maya Zuckerman is Founder of TransmediaSF – an event and media agency, Expert-In-Residence for BRaVe Ventures, and marketing manager of Keyframe-Entertainment – a Transformational Media Network that bridges Underground Electronic Music and mainstream culture. She is also developing the Science Fiction franchise Em’s Theory. Maya is an emerging media and technology aficionado. She brings a wealth of experience from different media silos: visual effects, film, production, video games, tech startups, product management, and brand narratives. Her passion revolves around mainstream cross-platform media and transformational media as a vehicle in creating change on a global scale.

Rucha Chitnis is a San Francisco-based photojournalist and writer, whose stories highlight the power, dignity and counter narratives of women and grassroots movements. Her photo essays explore how women of color, indigenous peoples and farmers are reclaiming their stories, debunking the dominant narrative and shaping their future and destiny by promoting women’s and indigenous rights, racial justice and people-centered resiliency efforts. You can read her published stories and photo essays here: A Woman’s Lens. Follow her on Twitter:@RuchaChitnis

About Bloom Network: 
Bloom is a social network for regenerative culture. We host on-the-ground events in cities across the world, and interactive online media to promote practices people can adopt toward a more equitable, celebratory and sustainable society.

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