Do you feel like the more you learn about Artificial Intelligence (AI) maybe the less you feel you know? We think the best way into it is to experience it yourself, hence our previous set of activities looking at things that look real but are not. Let’s go deeper. This week I will show you […]
Hi, my name is Jeremy, and I am helping Alan out this week with some activities. But I should introduce myself. I have been working to launch a blockchain startup called Ideolium that has an exciting new technology of interest to those designing a post pandemic university. We are busy with launch, but I can […]
After this week’s Studio Visit with sava saheli singh we invite you to take the creative challenge of creating your own GIF message from a scene in one of the Screening Surveillance short films. Can you find a pivotal scene in the plot or something that speaks to you strongly about life in a surveillance […]
Sound is so critical and often underappreciated in media storytelling, but it’s often subtle- background sounds that provide a setting, the slam of a door or the gentle crunching of foot steps approaching a door. Today’s message is via audio, the typical recording of me speaking, but consider how you might even tell a story […]
There’s no shortage of ideas to take on as daily challenges. Anything we seek to be better at, from writing to fitness to mindfulness to creativity can be achieved through a regular personal practice. In middle school, I wanted to play the saxophone, maybe just because it was shiny and looked cool. I never practiced […]
As we are getting in today’s class what I anticipate will be a dynamic introduction to microfiction in our studio visit with Laura Gibbs (hi Laura!), I created this week’s message in a tool aimed at being creative at telling stories in five photos. Five. Random. Photos. My message was created entirely in Five Card […]
It’s a new round of NetNarr for 2021. Are you ready to think about and be creative in digital media?