In 2021-2022, we'll explore the theme of Community-Driven Curation in the Digital Arts and Humanities. Through the examination of academic, artistic, and archival perspectives, we will cross disciplinary boundaries to foreground computational and curatorial approaches that converge in ways to lift the otherwise unknown or untold. We will explore ways communities span place and time through mapping, oral histories and digital storytelling. We will highlight participatory art, activist art and other forms of dialogical arts and humanities projects as an important form of digital public engagement. Finally—and most importantly—we will advocate for inclusive and ethical data curation practices as central to community-based and community-inspired digital arts and humanities.VIEW OUR FULL EVENT CALENDAR
SPRING 2022 IDAH EVENTS
Workshops are back—and looking a little different this year! Our team has been hard at work repackaging our workshop content to be as useful as possible in a new, asynchronous form. We hope you'll find them helpful for your research and teaching in these strange times. As always, if you have questions, comments, or concerns about each workshop as they are released, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for a previous workshop? Missed one of our guest speaker's talks? When possible, we record and publish our talks and workshops online through IU ScholarWorks. Slides and supporting materials are also available. If you are looking for an event and don't see it here, please contact us at email@example.com—in instances where a speaker will not grant us permission to make their work publicly available, we can sometimes provide recordings on an individual basis.