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04/22/2010 5:00 PM Bartos theaterHenry Jenkins, Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California; ; William Uricchio, Professor of Comparative Media Studies; Description: In...
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"Pricing Digital Content Product Lines: A Model and Application for the National Academies Press"by P K Kannan of the University of Maryland, Barbara Kline Pope of the National Academies Press and Sanjay Jain of Texas A&M University....
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04/24/2009 6:30 PM Wong AuditoriumPat Aufderheide, Professor, School of Communications, American University; Jessica Clark, Center for Social Media American University; Ellen Hume, Research Director, MIT Center for Future Civic Media; ...
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03/01/2010 5:45 PM Wong AuditoriumJake Shapiro, PRX Director; Robert Bole, VP, Dig Strategy, CPB; Marita Rivero, VP and General Mgr for Radio and Television, WGBH ; Kinsey Wilson, Senior VP and GM, Digital Media, NPR; Damian Thorman,...
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What Do Artists Know? Contemporary Responses to the Deskilling of Art Michael Corris, Professor/Chair of Studio Art, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Some contemporary art is profoundly engaged with the world in ways that go beyo...
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Sound and Semiocapitalism: Affective Labor and the Metaphysics of the Real This talk will analyse the sonic and affective turns that have appeared relatively recently in both contemporary art practice and current critical thought from t...
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Karim Aïnouz is a Brazilian-Algerian filmmaker and visual artist whose work addresses issues of gender, identity, and personal histories. His films focus on characters who break universal taboos and transcend stereotypes. I Travel Becaus...
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Playback: Broadcast Experiments 1970 and Now In the 1970s, broadcast television, cable, and even satellite transmissions were considered viable outlets for visual artists to experiment, tamper, and often times, spectacularly fail with, ...
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Projects and Protocols: Conventions on Art and Technology Muntadas’ work addresses social, political and communications issues such as the relationship between public and private space within social frameworks, and investigates ch...
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04/26/2009 2:00 PM Wong AuditoriumJames Paradis, Robert M. Metcalfe Professor of Writing, Program Head, Writing and Humanistic Studies; Thomas Pettitt, Associate Professor of English, University of Southern Denmark; John Durham Peters,...
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Taru Elfving, curator and director of Contemporary Art Archipelago (CAA), calls into play the curatorial notion of the “dysfunctional” exhibition and its role within the larger concept of sustainability. CAA, a...
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Art curator and professor Kazue Kobata will explore themes of political and personal transformation in connection with aspects of technology, medium, and experience as they unfold in Japanese cinema. In 1982, Kazue Kobata opened Plan...
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