Digital Arts and Humanities

Digital Arts & Humanities Working Group 2011-2012 Report

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The Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) Working Group is pleased to release their 2011-2012 report: The working group spent the last year investigating the digital arts and digital humanities communities, both at the University of Minnesota and farther afield. The working group looked at models of support, tools and methodologies in the field, scholar needs, and support capacities on campus. As a result of this effort, the group is making some recommendations for next steps to advance and support work in digital arts and digital humanities at the University of Minnesota.

The report contains a summary of our efforts, findings about the local scholarly community, an overview of available support, and recommended next steps. We are very interested in your feedback.

  • Are your support needs reflected in the report?
  • Do you have an existing project about which we should know?
  • Do you offer support for this type of scholarship?

Please use the comment feature to add to the conversation. Or, feel free to email the working group's chair, Jennie Burroughs:

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Choreography of the Moving Cell

Thumbnail image for IMG_7095CrysFlyingsoloApr2011-300x255.jpgChoreography of the Moving Cell, a project by Carl Flink, David Odde, Eddie Oroyan, and John Bohannon, lives at the intersection of science and dance and technology. This is a creative and scientific relationship illuminating Odde's scientific research into the cell's microtubules and the catastrophic system in which they exist, using these theories as source material in the creation of a choreographic event.

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