FORM & FIGMENT: Rendering Imagination and Encounter in Online Exhibitions

FORM & FIGMENT: Rendering Imagination and Encounter in Online Exhibitions

With Carlin Zia (Oral History, Columbia) and Guy de Lancey (Movement Lab, Barnard)

24 █ 09 █ 2020
12 █ 00 - 13 █ 00

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How do historians, art curators, librarians, and photojournalists curate online exhibitions? What can we learn from the recent outpouring of digital experiences created by universities, news agencies, museums, art collectives, and human rights organizations? In this seminar SNFPHI summer grantee Carlin Zia (Oral History, Columbia) and Guy de Lancey (Movement Lab, Barnard) share reflections on curating online exhibitions and experiences, and discuss the technical and theoretical challenges and opportunities.

Co-organized with the Oral History Master of Arts (OHMA) and Barnard’s Movement Lab.

Seminar link: https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/j/98470056082

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