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HASTAC and Duke@CHAT

I've blogged several times about the amazing CHAT festival happening Feb 16-20 at UNC, spearheaded by HASTAC Steering Committee member Joyce Rudinsky and many other colleagues at UNC.   You'll see one of our founding HASTAC Steering Committee members, Mark Olson, on the program.   The Duke Visual Studies Initiative and our ISIS program (the local "mother" of HASTAC) have compiled this list of who at Duke will be at CHAT.  It's thrilling.  Join us!

 

A number of Duke Visual Studies Initiative and ISIS people are involved in the upcoming CHAT Digital Arts and Humanities Festival. This four day event will take place Feb 16-20 on the UNC campus. Events run all day and into the night . CHAT will include exhibitions, talks, panels, workshops, and other activities. And don't miss the multimedia dance party on Thursday night! Hope to see you there.

http://www.chatfestival2010.com/

Faculty Exhibition:
"Architecture of Association"
Bill Seaman and Daniel Howe (Brown)

"Psychasthenia"
Joyce Rudinsky (UNC), with collaborators Victoria Szabo, Mark Robinson (UNC), Eric Knisley and Jason Coposky (RENCI).

"Things Fall Apart"
Casey Alt

Student Exhibition:
Alexandra Dodson and Laura Fravel (UNC), Rebecca Wood and Michal Koszycki;  Zach Blas and Whitney Trettien;  undergrad work from Cameron and Colin Jones, John Peter Cafaro, Neo Chung. Animation and 3d modeling reels from Raquel Salvatella and Casey Alt's students. See http://www.chatfestival2010.com/student-projects-exhibition.html for the full list of student participants.

SoundByte Discussions:
" WIRED! New Representation Technologies for Historical Materials"- Caroline Bruzelius, Sheila Dillon, Mark Olson, Raquel Salvatella de Prada (Wednesday, noon).

"Scientific Method and Narrative Form"
Kate Hayes and Michael Young  (NC State -- also teaching in ISIS this semester) (Wednesday, 1-2)

"The Future of Learning in the Digital Age"
Cathy Davidson and John McGowan (UNC) (Thursday, 11-12)

"Readymade Digital Tools and the Potential of Creating New Tools"
Bill Seaman and Julian Lombardi (Friday, 6-7 pm)

Panels:
"Games and Storytelling"
Victoria Szabo,  moderator (Wed, 4-530)

"Game as Medium"
Casey Alt and Pinar Yoldas (Visiting Artist), panelists (Friday, 430-630)

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