This is one of a series of profiles featuring the DAC Capstone cohort of Spring 2020. My name is William Barnes, I live in West Bend, Wisconsin, and I play an abhorrent amount of video games. I have some technical … Continue Reading »
DAC Capstone to Offered in the Spring!
The Digital Arts and Culture capstone course (DAC 661) is being offered for the very first time next semester, Spring 2017. The plan is to offer it each spring semester, so if you’re planning on graduating in Spring 2017 or Fall 2017 with the DAC major, you should definitely register! There are currently some open spots.
Also, even though the prerequisites say that you should be a DAC major, we are not currently enforcing that, so if you are pursuing the DAC certificate, this would be a great option for a Practicing the Digital Arts elective. See?
It will be taught by the Associate Dean of the Humanities, Dave Clark, and he is planning an exciting and useful agenda of data visualization techniques, as well.
DAC 661 – Digital Engagement Seminar (3 units; U/G)
Production of a digital portfolio demonstrating achievement of DAC program learning goals. Prereq: declared DAC major; completion of 12 cr approved DAC courses.
Look Here! Satellite Landscapes
Wednesday, December 7 12:00-1:00 pm UWM Digital Humanities Lab 2nd Floor, East Wing, Golda Meir Library The UWM Digital Humanities Lab hosts an informal discussion with Jenny Odell on her Satellite Landscapes project, with works created by capturing infrastructural elements from Google Earth, and … Continue Reading »
Apply to be a Photo and Digital Media Fellow
Are you a photography or digital media student engaging in community? Are you looking for an opportunity to collaborate with peers and mentors as part of a national network? Thanks to a generous grant from the Joy of Giving Something Foundation (JGS), Imagining … Continue Reading »