With ASU Hayden Librarians I organized ASU’s Second Annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on March 31st, 2017. While our turnout was humble (13 participants) we made 93 edits to 23 articles and added 3,480 words; these were all articles about artists who identify as female. It was a great day; we were happy to be one of 100s of edit-a-thons across the world all happening in March. Check out the International Organization here: http://www.artandfeminism.org/

Fish Stories Community Cookbook is Printed!


We got Fish Stories Community Cookbook back from the printer and it looks great. We have been sending copies out to contributors and gave a bunch a way for free at the Pier 42 Fall Celebration on Oct. 25. Email us if you would like a copy. Many thanks to Andy and G&P Expert Printing on Center Street; if you are looking for a terrific printer with good prices in Lower Manhattan look no further then G&P.

iLand Symposium April 17 +18

My iLand collaborative group Embodied Mapping will be part of the iLand Symposium on April 17 + 18. Events at South Street Seaport Museum and Two Bridges Neighborhood Council.  Embodied Mapping includes Kate Cahill, Meredith Ramirez Talusan, Jennifer Wen Ma, Kathy Creutzburg, Liza Zapol, Joe Goldman and me. For more info: http://www.ilandart.org/iland-symposium-2015/

Oyster City Workshops at the NY Harbor School

In March, Rachel Stevens and I led four augmented reality workshops at the NY Harbor School, a unique public high school focused on marine careers and marine biology located on Governors Island. The students designed place-based monuments to their unique learning experiences on the island. To make and locate the virtual monuments we used the Blender software (open-source 3D modeling and animation) and Aurasma studio. Since we ran into a number or technical snafus, we plan to offer improved versions of the workshops at the school again in the fall of 2014.

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