Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location: Maxwell Hall
The Collaborative Arts Research Initiative (CARI) will host guest speaker, Norah Zuniga-Shaw, the Director of Dance and Technology at Ohio State University Department of Dance and Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design. Following the presentation, faculty will have an opportunity to learn more about the initiative and the CARI Faculty Fellowship application process.
All are welcome and faculty interested in applying for a fellowship are encouraged to attend this event in Maxwell Hall.
Norah Zuniga Shaw is an artist and creative director best known for her award-winning digital projects that center choreographic ideas as catalysts for interdisciplinary and intercultural discovery. Her newest project, Livable Futures brings together faculty and students from across the arts and humanities for creative resistance and collective resilience in response to planetary conditions of crisis. Since 2004, Shaw has been Director for Dance and Technology at The Ohio State University Department of Dance and ACCAD where she is a Professor and teaches interdisciplinary research, improvisation and intermedia.
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