Just found out that the Innovation Grant supported “Imagining Transformative Justice” elicited enough powerful writing to warrant an anthology! See prisoners’ visual art here: Just found out that the Innovation Grant supported “Imagining Transformative Justice” elicited enough powerful writing to warrant an anthology! See more prisoners’ visual art with descriptions here: http://goo.gl/iHVjX
Missed the “3 Million Stories” conference, or want to revisit the presentations & conversations? Steven Tepper has compiled a 21-page summary of the unique conference dedicated to exploring the creative marketplace and its opportunities for arts graduates.
We are enamored with LIGHT: Bruce Munro at Cheekwood. See more online here and visit in person Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays until 11pm through Nov 10.
Take a look at this fascinating use of digital humanities—see an earlier 19th century art exhibition through Jane Austin’s eyes.
If you were among the group of people who said a GIF, the popular animated images file, is pronounced like the word “Jif,” then give yourself a pat on the back — you were right.
Now we know! Steve Wilhite finally clarifies the pronunciation of his popular images file format, saying: “Choosy programmers choose GIF”
Creative Writing Fellow Rebecca Bernard sees earth and gazes beyond in her latest blog, Vistas.
Excited about this new program — has a clear vision for how work will be done in creative spheres in the future. Neat how it draws expertise from across schools in the development of the program.
The Curb Center’s summer 2013 student workers! WE LOVE THEM!