Where Are We Going?

December 11, 2019 11:30 AM–1:00 PM

Digital Storytelling & Resistance Class Exhibition

*Dumplings Provided*
**The first 30 visitors will also be able to pick up a copy of our book of manifestos!**
Where Are We Going? is class exhibition of interactive stories, video essays, manifestos, books, and more from students in Digital Storytelling & Resistance. The event will feature students doing live demonstrations of their interactive projects and a screening program of animation, video and performance works made throughout the course.
Digital Storytelling & Resistance is an advanced course in the School of Art taught by Angela Washko with graduate assistant Lena Chen. During this course, students explored the varied ways artists use contemporary technology to create complex alternative stories to one-dimensional mainstream media narratives. Throughout the semester students additionally researched the experimental distribution strategies of storytellers in the age of ubiquitous computing.