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Share Your Sky on instagram and join our national community for an interactive art project. Your photo will be a part of the larger Same Sky installation, featured at Sundance Film Festival January 21st-22nd at the Same Sky action hub.
From January 16th-22nd (Inauguration week)
Take a photo of your sky at any point in the day
Tag your location, add an optional personalized, peaceful greeting.
Tag #SameSkyProject
We wanted to create a way to re-introduce yourself to your fellow Americans. Not just as a passionate person with ideals, goals and an agenda, but as someone who shares in our collective sky and calls this land home. Our goal is to spark empathy and start dialogue via peaceful introductions, to take a break and look up together so we can look forward.
Come join us at the Same Sky space, at the Treasure Mountain Junior High Gym between 10am-6pm on Opening Weekend (January 21st & 22nd).
1. Select a paint chip color that represents your sky back home – from mom jeans-blue to prince-purple, and everything in between.
2. On your selected paint chip, Write down your name + where you are from + an optional peaceful greeting on your chip
3. Add your chip to our immersive installation, alongside the sky chips of your fellow festival goers. We’ll be streaming photos of fellow American’s skies from around the world, too!
4. Say hi!
100% Solar Powered
Local and national acts
Brilliant installations
Dazzling projections
Local non-profits
Clean tech activations
& More
All-Ages festival
21+ bar • Food trucks
Artisan vendors
Free parking • Bike valet
100% To Charity
Proceeds fund green energy for local groups

About Wonder Women Tech

Wonder Women Tech (WWT) is an organization that produces year-round programming and national and international conferences that highlight, educate, and celebrate women and diversity in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math), innovation and entrepreneurialism. Our conferences and programming offer a variety of speakers, panel discussions, coding classes, workshops, hackathons, community inclusion activities, thought leadership, and other dynamic programming geared towards empowering women, girls, people of color, the underrepresented, and diverse communities. We seek to create a shift in diversity and inclusion within STEAM industries by offering revolutionary content and impactful discussions.


We Disrupt The STEAM Industry For Women & Diversity

Our mission is to disrupt the conference model, creating a shift in diversity and inclusion within STEAM industries by offering the latest game-changing trends and revolutionary content. We provide impactful, solutions oriented discussions. We produce international events that will further the development of females and diverse global communities while creating new markets and industries.


We Cultivate Inclusivity & Collaboration To Transform Communities

Our WWT Immersion program pairs our Sponsors and Partners with our attendees and online community network with mentorship, internship and ‘Job Shadow’ opportunities. The Wonder Women Tech Ambassador program creates a cross promotional partnership and engagement platform between our strategic partners and the WWT global community.


We Spark The Potential For Greatness Within Future Innovators

Our Junior Innovation Camp is provided at no cost to participants and engages students ages 8 to 17 years with courses that teach coding, filmmaking, game development, DIY projects and entrepreneurship. The WWT Learning Center teaches adults how to code and/or build games. Our WWT Career Fair allows registered guests to attend a career fair which will feature booths from our sponsors/partners who are actively looking for talent in STEAM, and provides an opportunity for attendees to secure job placement and internships.

No Budget Film Festival


From dinosaurs, to faraway galaxies, to reimagining of childhood forts, Art | Party | Playground challenges you to let your imagination run wild and touch, feel, explore for one evening as artists create breathtaking interactive installations.

The continually evolving A|P|P series has attracted participation and reporting from the likes of Bill Nye,Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, ThinkGeek, LA Weekly, Angel City Brewery, NBC, and Mental Floss.


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