How does new media transform our relations with, understanding of, and access to material culture and museum artifacts?

This summer, Queen’s grad students will explore these questions in the micro-course “Performing Cultural Heritage with New Media,” convened by SCCS professor Gabriel Menotti.

The participants will engage in the process of digitization of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre collection, learning how to use accessible 3D scanning techniques and create forms of critical mediation using interactive audiovisual technologies.

The course takes place on July 18-19 and August 2. To enroll, please contact Melissa Shumaker at melissa.shumaker@queensu.ca until July 15.

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