We were super interested to read this short essay byt PhD student Rachel Ward on her research doing time-based media conservation at Small Data Industries, Brooklyn NY, as a part of her National Digital Stewardship Residency. ________________________________ From National Digital Stewardship Residencies: “When time-based media art in private collections no longer functions, who is responsible for […]
We are thrilled to share the news that Dr. Hannah Turner has been hired as an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia’s iSchool (Library, Archival, and Information Science). The UBC iSchool has been named best in the world for Library and Information Management graduate programs. Congratulations Hannah, we are so happy that you are […]
Read all about the wonderful work of PhD student Reese Muntean! Copied from the SIAT website: ************************************************** Reese Muntean shares stories on her SIAT graduate research that has taken her around the world. What are you working on in your graduate studies? My research, broadly, explores how we embed values into technology. I am interested […]
We had an excellent roundtable session at HASTAC2019 in Vancouver, on the unceded ancestral territory of the Musqueam people. Thank you to the organizers for a wonderful conference! Wrapped in the Cloud: Exhibition, Return, and Digital Representations of Meghann O’Brien’s Sky Blanket A 60-minute Roundtable of Talks by Beth Carter (Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest […]
Hannah Turner and Kate Hennessy are honored to have a workshop paper published as a part of the Postcolonial Digital Collections workshop, which took place in Halle Germany in May 2018. “The workshop brought together researchers from different parts of the world to explore the reasoning, concepts, and consequences of digitizing cultural heritage and to […]
We are excited to see the publication of the article Bad Habitus: Anthropology in the Age of the Multimodal in the journal American Anthropoloigist. It was written by Stephanie Takaragawa, Trudi Smith, Kate Hennessy, Jenny Chio, Patricia Alvarez Astacio, Coleman Nye, and Shalini Shankar. BAD HABITUS emerged from our roundtable at the AAA meetings last year […]
This exciting exhibition Womxn and Waterways at the Bill Reid Gallery includes three short films created by Dr. Aynur Kadir and students of the Moving Images (IAT344) class at SFU’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Opening April 9th!
Kate is honored to be presenting at the Technologies, Geographies, & Temporalities: Cultural Heritage & Digital Imaging Symposium at Florida State University on April 6, 2019. She will be presenting on the project conducted in collaboration with Meghann O’Brien, Conrad Sly, and Hannah Turner: “Meghann O’Brien’s ‘Wrapped in the Cloud’: Working Together at the Interface’. […]
Kate was in conversation with Argentinian artist Dina González Mascaró about her exhibition ‘Vessels are Never Empty’ at Franc Gallery in Vancouver on Saturday, March 23rd, 3 pm. They talked about the liveliness of objects and their place in marking the passage of life.
Congratulations to Dr. Aynur Kadir, who has been working in her new position as a MITACS Elevate Postdoctoral Scholar and Visiting Media Curator at the Bill Reid Gallery of North West Coast Art. Her MITACS fellowship is supported by the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Studies and the Making Culture Lab at SFU, where […]