Palace of the Fine Arts
3601 Lyon St.
On September 21-22, 2016, Dent:Space takes place at the Innovation Hangar at the Palace of Fine Arts (formerly the Exploratorium museum) with two stages of fascinating speakers spanning the technological, artistic, commercial, scientific, educational, and DIY aspects of space exploration. We're also putting together an exhibit hall for the conference –– kind of a World's Fair-like set of interactive demos that illustrate the future of space exploration and its many possibilities. And it's entirely free to attend all the talks and exhibits! Dent:Space is a celebration of humans breaking the status quo of who can be involved and what can be achieved in space exploration. This event is for anyone interested in the future of space exploration and how they might be able to contribute their skills to it through software, design, hardware, entrepreneurship and collaborative efforts. The event is tailored for people from all backgrounds/industries to attend (if you work with space stuff already, great! but not needed to enjoy the event). We promise to fill you with ideas and send you home and back to work with a take-out box full of inspiration. Dent:Space is a provocation. To put a dent in the universe takes everyone in space exploration, together. See more at http://dentthefuture.com/space