February 27, 2019 - April 03, 2019
About the workshop
February 27, 7-9pm
March 6, 7-9pm
March 13, 7-9pm
March 20, 7-8pm [note early dismissal!]
March 27, 7-9pm
April 4, 7-9pm
Class time will consist of approximately half lecture and half individual practice. Optional homework assignments will be provided for extra practice.
About the instructors
Michael Perkins, Ph.D. is a technologist, musician and philosopher with special interests in discrete mathematics, data science, and algorithmic music and art. He is a graduate of Georgia State University where he studied music and philosophy and The Ohio State University where he studied philosophy and computer science. He completed a Ph.D. in Philosophy at The Ohio State University in 1983. For 35 years, Michael has developed advanced software systems for some of the world’s leading software vendors. He has designed and implemented special-purpose programming languages, data management tools, application generators, cross-platform networking software, and IT systems management software.
To reserve a seat in the workshop series, please reserve one or more spots by using the link below:
Workshop: Personal Digital Security Basics
March 23, 2019
About the workshop
With the never ending stream of bad news regarding the privacy and security of our digital lives it might seem like there is nothing that can be done to mitigate the risks. In reality, there are basic steps that can be taken that can help to dramatically improve your digital security. Join us to learn about:
- Password managers
- 2 Factor Authentication (SMS, Authenticator App, and U2F Keys)
- Encrypted Messaging Apps
Bring your devices for this two hour course which features 1.5 hours worth of instruction and a half hour hands on lab for you to install any of the tools discussed in the course.
About the Instructor
Ryan Mason studied Security and Intelligence & Criminology at The Ohio State University. Ryan, a Certifed Protection Professional (CPP) and board certified in security management through ASIS International, has attended hundreds of hours worth of training conducted by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in the areas of security, investigations, and intelligence gathering & analysis. Ryan currently holds the designation of certified fraud examiner (CFE), and has held positions in the corporate security divisions of several Fortunate 500 corporations and specializes in complex fraud investigations.
To reserve a seat in the workshop, please register using one of the links below:
On Saturday, March 23rd, we are proud to present experimental woodwind/percussion duo Pie for Two (ATL) and Bernard Iannone’s solo experimental electric guitar project O(f)verandas (CMH), and Danielle Milam’s solo experimental electronics project VERSIONING (CMH). Doors 7:30pm, cover $5. BYOB, all ages.
About the performances and performers:
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Pie for Two are a woodwind and percussion duo determined to sweeten up your life. Conceived in 2017, Pie for Two has assembled a program of unique works written specifically for them. The music, often virtuosic in nature, explores the boundaries between intricately composed acoustic pieces, and the strange and edgy sound-worlds of Nuevo EDM. The duo has previously been featured at the Atlanta SoundNOW festival, and are excited to begin a new touring season in Spring 2019.
O(f)verandas, based in Columbus OH, features experimental drone panoramas, otherworldly guitar loops, and psychedelic ambient collage.
VERSIONING is Danielle Milam, previously known as Sea Tone. VERSIONING can be described as experimental electronic that flirts between ambient and noise soundscapes.