Live from the Sundance Film Festival, a discussion about how to collaborate within creative arts communities.
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You’re invited to join us for an online Twitter chat on Sunday, January 25 at 1 p.m. Mountain time as we explore the intersection of collaboration, technology, and social change—live from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Hosted by @GOOD and presented by HP, Chris Librie, senior director of Living Progress Strategy and Communications at HP, and Jess Search, C.E.O. of BRITDOC will discuss the challenges and rewards surrounding brand and creative art collaborations, and the role technology plays in driving social change. Together, we hope to generate innovative ideas about how to tackle complex social and environmental problems much bigger than any single company or individual. Join the conversation using #livingprogress.
If you’ll be in Park City for the festival this weekend, you can watch a dynamic group of filmmakers, companies, organizations, and brand experts also tackle this topic at the HP Living Progress Exchange in person. Hosted by HP and moderated by BRITDOC, the group will exchange ideas and share effective models for collaboration within creative arts communities. The HP Living Progress Exchange starts at 1 p.m. Mountain time Jan. 24 in the HP Live Lounge at the Sundance House presented by HP. You can also follow the conversation using #livingprogress.
There are big challenges facing our society, but challenges create opportunity for innovation and action. By connecting, sharing, and collaborating together, we can—and will—create a better future for everyone. Through HP Living Progress, we’re uniting brands, arts, and technology for a better future. Follow us on Twitter at @HPLivingProg, and share your thoughts using #livingprogress.