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.
Archive for category: storytelling
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.
“The theater became a space for multi-tribal community of people -- celebrating who they are and rising up their stories. I was in the back of the theater, weeping,” remembers Wendy Levy, Executive Director of The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, an international nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate collaboration, strategic growth, innovation and cultural impact for the media arts field.
Antecedent Technology Don’t colonize our future By: Amelia Winger-Bearskin Reprinted From Immerse In data science, we talk about models suffering from either “overfitting” or “underfitting.”...
During my time with the Alliance, I have had the pleasure to dive into the realm of Youth Media, and interact with passionate leaders in the field, which is something I have always wanted to do.
If you can create your own world what would it be? What would it look like?
I recently picked up Adrienne Marie Brown’s Emergent Strategies. In it, Brown describes a way of thinking and organizing that she calls fractal. A fractal is “a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole.”
Balance. I’ve never really been all that good at it. As a child, I would take a running leap off the public dock, curl myself up, and land cannonball-style into Lake Minnetonka at the first hint of spring.