Sabrina “Rose” Harvey — one half of the Atlanta-based hip-hop/soul duo Slick & Rose — hasn’t released any new music in a hot minute, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been busy.
A NY-born singer/songwriter, Harvey has been involved in a bevy of projects in the last few years (including the Web video series Friday Girl TV), but her latest endeavor — Women Interactive — is set to launch Oct. 12.
Taking place at Spelman College, Women Interactive is a two-day, women-focused festival designed to explore the connection between creativity and technology. The event features workshops, lectures and more that focus on creating, sharing and monetizing digital content. The conference schedule includes programming for filmmakers, bloggers, graphic designers, and — of course — musicians, among others.
“It’s become apparent that technology is integral to life in the 21st century,” said Harvey, who serves as one of the festival’s curators. “That said, it’s important that women have a seat at the table — not just as consumers, but as creators.”
Interested in attending? Visit the Women Interactive website and register: womeninteractive.net.
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