For the month of February 2017, we will be conducting virtual visits with practitioners of the art of Networked Narratives, visiting them in the places where they do their craft.
This are designed as conversations, not lectures or presentations, so come prepared with questions
These will be happen on Mondays at 1pm EST via Google Hangouts and anyone can watch the stream live or view the archive later. Mia Zamora and Alan Levine will be aboard along with 2-3 Kean University students. We will open up remaining slots to open participants via a signup form (if there are more signups than spots, we will have to spin a random will of selection). Anyone watching live is welcome to chime in questions or comments in twitter via our #netnarr tag.
On Wednesday following the visits, the Kean University students will lead a twitter chat discussion where we will link the questions to specific moments in the archive. There will be creative assignments each week that relate to the topic.
The Studio Visit Schedule
This opening conversation will be a consideration of literature in the digital age.
What is electronic literature ? Where can we discover it? What narrative genres have emerged based on the affordances of new media tools? What role might transmedia...
Exploring #Netprov-- "networked improvisation narrative" -- an online art form occupying the densely populated cultural space of social media.
#Netprov holds the potential to highlight the value of participatory culture while recasting the traditional...
Participatory Culture, Networks, Fan Fiction, and new ways to think of "authorship"... how has fan fiction (and it's communities of practice) redefined the role of narrative in our society?
What is fanfiction , and what is it not? Why does fanfiction...
What does it mean to be “Net Smart ” in an era of alternative facts and data tracking? What happens to our human spirit when when we proceed into an ever more technology-infused existence?
Maybe the seed of a complex answer lies in art and intuiti...
Studio Visit Video Archive
Featured Image: “The studio of Tingqua” by Tingqua used as part of the public domain