Category Archives: Events

The Revolution will not be …

DAHI Admin/ February 20, 2017/ Events/ 0 comments

DAHI friends and community, please spread the word.  I am writing to invite you to participate in a collaborative project put together by Alan Dunn between students and community at his university in Leeds UK and ours and ours in Hawaiʻi.  The proposal is to develop a new collaborative cover version of Gil Scott-Heron’s “The revolution will not be televised”

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Space Tension Reprise with a Twist

DAHI Admin/ February 20, 2017/ Arts.Humanities.Data, Events, News, Video/ 0 comments

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,

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DAHI Admin/ February 17, 2017/ Events/ 0 comments

The Gathering section of MemoryHouse:DREAMS, the UHM dance departments technology and dance performance from November, will be airing on ʻOlelo next week.  The broadcasts will also be streaming on demand at ʻOlelo soon after the broadcasts.The Gathering2/19/2017  10:30PM     OLELO532/20/2017   8:00PM      OLELO532/22/2017   1:00PM      OLELO532/26/2017   8:00AM      OLELO53 Hope you watch it!

Futures from the Outside

DAHI Admin/ January 10, 2017/ Events/ 0 comments

  January 13, 2017 at 2:30-4:00 PM Saunders Hall 624 Future studies have developed over many decades into a powerful area of enquiry. It has its own theories, methods, and communities of scholars and practitioners. Yet futures is also inherently interdisciplinary. This discussion session engages with an outsiders’ perspectives on the field. How did a law professor accidentally introduced to

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Mark Coniglio Interactive Dance and New Media Workshop

Rich Rath/ October 3, 2016/ Events/ 0 comments

Tuesday, October 4, 201610:30-11:45amFree of Charge. UHM students and community members welcome!Dance Building Room 100UHM (by Maile Way)Recognized as a pioneering force in the integration of dance and media, Berlin based composer/media artist Mark Coniglio, creates large-scale performance works that integrate music, dance, theater and interactive media. His first technological breakthrough came in 1989 when he created MidiDancer, a wireless

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Upcoming Workshops

Rich Rath/ September 30, 2016/ Events, Open Source / Open Access/ 0 comments

Two workshops coming up in October. You can Register for them HERE. Please share around with folks you think would be interested. Introduction to Mapping Census Data in R (Hands-on Session) October 11, 2016 – Room 110A – 2-4pm Learn to use R, the open source software environment for statistical computing and graphics, to map US Census and World Bank

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DAHI/Library DHGetDown

DAHI Admin/ August 24, 2016/ Events, News, Open Source / Open Access, Video/ 0 comments

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

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Prototyping the Past and the Early History of Magnetic Recording with Jentery Sayers

Rich Rath/ April 12, 2016/ Events/ 2 comments

  We have a series of exciting events coming up the week of April 17 with University of Victoria’s Jentery Sayers, who is doing some amazing and thought provoking work in Digital Humanities. One introduces the idea of creating material prototypes of objects from the past using 3D printing, and the other is a “hidden history” of early magnetic sound

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Open Source and Intellectual Property in the Digital Era

Rich Rath/ February 22, 2016/ Events, Open Source / Open Access/ 0 comments

March 8th DAHI Lunch Discussion Noon to 1:15 History Library, Sakamaki A201 With Professors Deborah Halbert (Political Science and Associate VC of Research) and Paul McKimmy (Learning Design & Technology) Please join us on Tuesday, March 8 from 12pm-1:15pm for our first meeting of the semester. Deborah J. Halbert and Paul McKimmy will join us for a discussion of contemporary

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