Look here soon for the details on the 2018 Networked Narratives Studio visits, where we visit via Google Hangouts, practitioners of Digital Alchemy in Digital Art, Game Design, and Electronic Literature.
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 or University of Bergen 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.
The Studio Visit Schedule / Archive (Full Schedule is emerging)
In fourth third studio visit meet with educators Remi Kalir and Keegan Long-Wheeler to talk about the potentials for games and learning.
In our third studio visit meet with Amy Burvall and Michael Branson Smith , both are educators and visual artists with creativity and ideas about animated GIFs.
Our second studio is a special opportunity to learn first hand about the influences and creative processes of digital artist Emilio Vavarella .
Emilio will join us via Google Hangout February 13 at 1:00PM EDT in a session scheduled outside of class...
Our first studio visit for 2018 is with a video/web documentary producer and internet activist who shares insight into his own digital craft, the way the web works behind the scenes and how it affects us.
Note: These are the visits from the version of Networked Narratives taught in 2017.
Our other visits (not yet scheduled) we hope to offer are with Remi Kalir, Mary Flanagan, Leo Flores, Anastasia Salter, and Dene Grigar. PLus we will be visiting our colleague Maha Bali and her class at the American University in Cairo.
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Featured Image: Pixabay Image by Morgan888 shared into the public domain using Creative Commons CC0.