See the 2019 Networked Narratives Studio visits, where we visit via Google Hangouts, practitioners of Digital Alchemy, in truth seeking, network identity, surveillance culture, media awareness, and more.
We will talk not only about the course topics, the darkness of times, but also the methods and tools they use to stay informed and aware. These sessions are designed as open conversations, not lectures or presentations, so come prepared with questions.
Anyone can watch the stream live or view the archive later. Mia Zamora and/or Alan Levine will be aboard along with a few Kean University students. We will open up remaining slots to open participants via a signup form. Anyone watching live is welcome to chime in questions or comments in twitter via our #netnarr tag.
See also all web annotations made on Studio Visit pages.
Studio Visit Schedule / Archive
In a different format of a studio visit, NetNarr grad student Kelli Hayes joins us from the premier of “Degenerates Gallery” - an MA thesis art installation about online life and self-representation in the digital age.
The metalworks installation is ...
In our next Studio Visit we are in conversation with Brian Lamb "Re-Director" of the Learning Technology and Innovation team at Thompson Rivers University , in Kamloops, British Columbia.
We are about 25 people -- we build and maintain ~700 fully...
Join us for another Studio visit, this week with a conversation with digital artist Alexandra Saum-Pascual where she will share her approach to digital art.
Alexandra Saum-Pascual is Assistant Professor of Spanish at the University of California, ...
This Studio Visit will be a conversation with Alec Couros, Professor of Educational Technology & Media, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Canada.
This fits in well with the current topic this week of self representation and online identity,...
Our second studio visit for 2019 is with Anne-Marie Scott (@ammienoot on twitter. Follow her!), Deputy Director of Learning, Teaching and Web Services at the University of Edinburgh .
She is a longtime Trustee of the Mansfield Traquair Trust (a...
Our first studio visit for 2019 is with educator and critic of surveillance technology Chris Gilliard (very active as @hypervisible on twitter. Follow him!).
Chris participated 2018 in NetNarr by setting us up in an activity to research digital redlining...
Note: These are the visits from the version of Networked Narratives taught in 2018.
Note: These are the visits from the version of Networked Narratives taught in 2017.
The schedule for 2019 is still being filled out.
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