This hands-on digital storytelling workshop is open to all. There are no prerequisites.
Please bring a laptop (if possible). Contact Kerry Banazek with any questions.
Chong-U Lim is a Ph.D. Candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.
D. Fox Harrell, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Digital Media in the Comparative Media Studies Program and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT. He founded and directs the MIT Imagination, Computation, and Expression Laboratory (ICE Lab). In 2010, he received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for his project "Computing for Advanced Identity Representation." His book Phantasmal Media: An Approach to Imagination, Computation, and Expression was published recently by the MIT Press. He was a 2014-15 Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University and recipient of the Lenore Annenberg and Wallis Annenberg Fellowship in Communication
Part of the Digital Storytelling: Theory, Practice, Pedagogy Series.
This event series draws together expressive digital technologies and traditional humanist areas of expertise. Amid talk about how entering a “digital age” changes what it means to be human, this series encourages us to ask and answer: how do digital technologies change us by changing our stories?
It is presented in conjunction with the Year of the Humanities in the University and sponsored by the Department of English, the Humanities Center, the Program in Composition: Literacy, Pedagogy, and Rhetoric, the Film Studies Program, the English Department Digital Media Lab, and the Smith Fund for Children's Library Services (School of Information Sciences).
Location and Address
512 Cathedral of Learning