The last 20 months have seen a culture change within the visual and performing arts, from a rigid focus on venue-based activities to a more agile combination of indoor, outdoor, and online programs
Archive for category: storytelling
As an artist, archivist, and curator working primarily with performance, I imagine an archive as a living space that develops protocols for process and regeneration, allowing for flexible methods of creating meaning that include bodily knowledge and improvisation.
It’s 7AM on a Tuesday morning in August in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and I am so pissed that I am stopping all I’m supposed to be doing to rage against a Hollywood machine that is way more dangerous than we imagine.
For the past year, my preparation for the American Art Incubator at Ars Electronica has been interwoven with visions of myself tracing the city’s complex history in my daily walks from Atelierhaus Salzamt to Ars Electronica
OUR COMMITMENTS TO ACCESSIBILITY Accessibility virtually requires us to consider multiple and often intersecting axes.Over the last 4+ years, the Alliance Youth Media Network has...
WHAT IS YOUTH MEDIA? On October 25, 2019, The Alliance Youth Media Network convened a Video Roundtable centered on the question, “What is youth media?”...
There is a part of me that didn’t want to write this blog. Our news and social media feeds have been bombarded with news of COVID-19, the worldwide pandemic of a new virus that has no vaccine (as of yet) and that has upended our lives in so many ways.
Today, we talk with Jocelyn Arem, founder of the Arbo Radiko archival storytelling studio, about leveraging the past to redefine the future and how she uses hidden archival materials to retell stories that otherwise might remain unheard.
Zun Lee wasn’t all that interested in teaching students the ins and outs of taking pictures.