While 2017 looked quiet on the DAHI front, we were really busy!
We have a brand new look, with some great changes in design—both in appearance and “under the hood.”
We have some wonderful video from SpaceTension, DAHI’s recent collaboration with the Dance Program. DAHI director Rich Rath, wrote the software for the virtual instrument that the dancers play with their bodies and motions to create the music that they are dancing to. This project arose from Rich’s long-time work on the software, and a conversation Kara Miller, professor of Dance,
Patrice Cullors and Alicia Garza, two co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, were on hand at the Honolulu Museum of Art for a discussion of art and social justice. Their conversation was ably moderated by none other than DAHI lead technical developer and program coordinator. The discussion, which included insightful audience questions and comments from the packed house, preceded the
The first DHGetDown was a resounding success. We had a full house. If you were not able to attend and wanted to, please accept my apologies, we had a far greater response than we had expected and we accommodated as many people as we were able. The keynote panel video and some other conference materials are available at DAHI’s ScholarSpace. The
Several workshops for the Digital Humanities are being offered at the new Digital Projects Space in the Business, Humanities, & Social Sciences Reference Department (Hamilton Library 110A). The topics for this semester range from bibliographic software to text mining to basic html and css. The workshops are filling up fast! You can also schedule consultations with the two excellent new digital humanities
Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative member Jim Hearon is co-editor of Csound Journal, an online journal dealing with the elctronic music composition environment Csound. The journal has just released Issue 19. Please enjoy responsibly!