Hello. Here is this week’s Digital Arts & Culture Digest. We are happy to have you send us your comments or items to include. Thanks for your engagement and empowerment! This is the last digest of the semester. We hope everyone has a great end of the semester and a safe and enjoyable summer. The digest will be back in the Fall!
Thursday, May 14 – Sunday, May 24
THURSDAY, MAY 14
The NEW Normal – Inclusive Workplaces
12 pm – 1 pm
After weeks of working virtually, we have new expectations for work/life blend, organizations have new digital capabilities, and many of us have a new comfort level with working remotely. In the business world, there is a big debate about what will change. Hear from our speakers their take on what the new normal will require as well as the ways in which they hope some of our current reality is not changed once we can get back to work.
Backstage: Executive Producer w/ Shea Kammer
4 pm – 5 pm
Shea Kammer is a veteran line producer with experience on over thirty feature film and television projects, most recently the Oscar-nominated feature, Harriet, and the upcoming limited Showtime series, The Good Lord Bird, an adaptation of the acclaimed novel by James McBride. Over the past two decades he has worked with many esteemed directors, including Kasi Lemmons, David O. Russell, Kevin Smith, Lorene Scafaria, Seth Macfarlane, Sebastián Lelio, and Drake Doremus.
#ReviveLiveMKE Livestream Series: Japanese Breakfast
A new streaming series that will help keep Pabst Theater Group’s Milwaukee venues alive and bring your favorite artists back to you. 100% of proceeds go to supporting both the Pabst Theater Group and touring members + crew of Japanese Breakfast.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
Post-COVID College: What Will Be Novel?
12 pm – 1 pm
This workshop will explore upcoming changes in the physical college classroom, the contrast between emergency virtual course delivery and intentionally designed online learning, and how many colleges are designing and personalizing course experiences while making learning more engaging and rigorous. The university of today likely is not your father’s—or your—college experience.
DH Lab Teaching Fellow and Linked Teaching Teams Award
The DH Lab Teaching Fellows Award provides an incentive for faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants to share innovative assignments that integrate digital humanities tools and methods. These assignments reflect specific goals related to engaging digital/multi-modal forms of expression, and certainly may be incorporated into either an in-person or an online class. Applicants can apply as individuals or in teams of two (Linked Teaching Teams). Each fellow will be awarded a $500 incentive. Deadline is June 5.
DIGITAL ARCHIVE PROJECT
The project aims to document how the Milwaukee area is experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. It was built by students in Professor Christopher D. Cantwell’s “Local History Research Methods” class and is hosted by the Golda Meir Library at UWM. All of the material on the site, however, was contributed by members of the greater Milwaukee community. Your contribution is welcome.
About DAC: Digital Arts and Culture is an interdisciplinary program combining courses in the areas of arts, humanities, social sciences, and information studies.
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