DOMA Multi-Stakeholder Workshop

DOMA Multi-Stakeholder Workshop

Please join 221A for a half-day workshop in partnership with Emily Carr University that is focused on urbanism stakeholders in Vancouver. This workshop takes place in the context of 221A’s Blockchains & Cultural Padlocks Digital Strategy Initiative. DOMA presents its distributed housing platform, and we explore how blockchain technology can support new models of home ownership and pivot the current housing crisis.

The workshop will include a design challenge and a casually-toned roundtable discussion about new models and technologies for housing and urban space making, with Vancouver groups, and institutions.

  • 1:00 ECU / 221A Introduction to the Day and Blockchains & Cultural Padlocks
  • 1:15 —DOMA presentation on platform operation and game
  • 1:45 —Design Workshop Component
  • 4:00 —Public Feedback Talk & Refreshments

The workshop concludes with an hour-long public feedback talk and refreshments. If you are unable to join for the full afternoon workshop, please join us for the last hour, from 4-5 pm

Please RSVP with Courtenay Mayes

Project Support

Supported by the Canada Council for the Art’s Digital Strategy Fund

Canada Council for the ArtsEmily Carr University