About: With the demise of traditional gatekeepers, we are witnessing the rapid rise of alternative modes of both scholarly publishing and distribution as well as the artistic exhibition of computer generated works of art in digital environments. The rise of open access and collaborative platforms are in fact blurring the distinctions between publishing as a significant force of cultural activity in both contemporary art and leading-edge academic venues. —More—
The event is free and open to all virtually, with in-person registration limited to 25 people for the symposium and 15 for the COSA.
Confirmations with zoom information with be sent the week of the event.
Mark Amerika, Professor, Intermedia Art, Writing and Performance, CU Boulder
Melissa Cantrell, Assistant Professor and Scholarly Communications Librarian, CU Boulder
Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Assistant Professor and Digital Scholarship Librarian, CU Boulder
Presented in collaboration with CDDRS (Libraries), CMCI and the Centre for Post-Digital Cultures at Coventry University in the UK.
Alejandra Abad, MFA (2020)
Abad continues her “Our Wishes” project at Anythink Wright Farms. Messages of hope from the community are gathered and placed on beautiful flags that will be displayed at the library and serve as inspiration to all. As an artist in residence at Anythink Wright Farms, Abad will share her creative process with library visitors through drop-in sessions and community workshops.