Fall 2014 Digital Studies Symposium Lineup Announced!

Fall 2014 Digital Studies Symposium Lineup Announced!

Anne Bray, Executive Director of Freewaves and host of the Media Arts + Practice Digital Studies Symposium, has invited the following artists, designers, filmmakers and activists t ...

“How Virtual Reality Can Bring News To Life” – Nonny de la Peña featured on BBC Click

“How Virtual Reality Can Bring News To Life” – Nonny de la Peña featured on BBC Click

Media Arts + Practice PhD candidate and immersive journalist Nonny de la Peña recently spoke to BBC about her current endeavor, Project Syria. "It's really extraordinary how easily ...

iMAP Faculty Mark Bolas highlighted for work in virtual reality

iMAP Faculty Mark Bolas highlighted for work in virtual reality

iMAP faculty member and Director for Mixed Reality Research at USC's Institute for Creative Technologies Mark Bolas was recently featured in several news stories highlighting his w ...

Media Arts + Practice Showcase 2014

Media Arts + Practice Showcase 2014

We are delighted to present the capstone projects created by undergraduate students in the Honors in Multimedia Scholarship program, a rigorous sequence of courses dedicated to exp ...

iMAPPENING 2014

iMAPPENING 2014

APRIL 30 - MAY 5, 2014! iMappening 2014 features both exhibitions and screenings of new work by Ph.D. candidates: Karl Baumann, Micha Cardenas, Laura Cechanowicz, Rosemary Comella, ...

Steve Anderson Awarded ACLS Fellowship

Steve Anderson Awarded ACLS Fellowship

MA+P and IMGD faculty member Steve Anderson was one of seven scholars recently awarded a prestigious Digital Innovation Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies in ...

iMAP’s Nonny de la Peña Featured in Storyscapes Section at Tribeca

iMAP’s Nonny de la Peña Featured in Storyscapes Section at Tribeca

iMAP doctoral student Nonny de la Peña has been selected to show a project in the Storyscapes section of the Tribeca Film Festival. Designed to showcase innovative interactive and ...

Digital Studies Symposium (IML 466): Ken Day-Gonzales

September 03, 2014

Ken Gonzales-Day's interdisciplinary and conceptually grounded projects consider the history of photography, the construction of race, and the limits of representational systems ranging from the lynching photograph to museum display. The Searching for California Hang Trees series offered a critical look at th more ...

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