The three main conference days will take place over multiple venues within easy walking distance of each other, all slap bang in the middle of downtown San Francisco. So there’s plenty to explore!
Our main hub for the conference, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, is San Francisco’s center for art, collaboration and social movement.
In conjunction with the YBCA, the Daniel Leibiskind designed Contemporary Jewish Museum – located directly across Mission Street – provides a location for breakout talks & workshops.
A venue with a long history of hosting events for the local IxDA chapter, 111 Minna is our location for our larger workshops, about a 5 minute walk from the YBCA.
The venue for our opening party, the Old Mint is one of the only buildings in downtown San Francisco to survive the 1906 earthquake (it moved a few inches.)
The 2015 Interaction Awards ceremony and the closing party take us to the shores of the Bay, and the brand new Exploratorium, converted from an old pier.