Amy Franceschini is an artist and educator whose work includes websites, installations and open-access laboratories. Franceschini founded the collective Futurefarmers in 1995 and co-founded Free Soil in 2004. Her solo and collaborative work has been included in exhibitions internationally at venues including ZKM Center for Art and Media, the Whitney Museum, MoMA in New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the Edith Russ Site for Media Art. Her awards include a Graham Foundation grant, an Investing in Artists grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation, the SECA Art Award from SFMOMA, an Artadia Award, a 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship and a Eureka Fellowship. Franceschini is currently a visiting faculty at CCA and Stanford University Art Department. Michael Swaine is an artist and inventor. His projects include Reap What You Sew: Generosity Project, for which he pushed an old-fashioned ice cream-style cart with a sewing machine on it through San Francisco, sewing and repairing clothes for anyone who requested it. His work has been exhibited at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Southern Exposure gallery and Headlands Center for the Arts. Swaine studied advanced ceramics and sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received his MA in design from UC Berkeley in 2011. Since 1999, he has worked as part of the artist collective Futurefarmers.