Student & Faculty Digital Scholarship Projects
- Craft as Social Justice
- Visualizing Bodies of Information
- Digital Storytelling
- Visual Studies Digital Essays
- African Art Pedagogy
In the Fall of 2016, eleven undergraduate students at California College of the Arts created their own online exhibitions focusing on craft and a social justice issue of their choosing.
A Data Visualization course in the Humanities and Sciences Division, using the Processing programming environment to "draw with data."
The MFA in Writing program's Digital Storytelling course, taught in spring 2016 by Faith Adiele, brought together graduate writers, artists and makers to hone their narrative skills and develop their own digital projects. The course was open to all grad students and had participants from Architecture and Design MBA.
The Visual Studies program presents the research of its graduating seniors in the form of multimedia digital essays. The essays were developed in a class called “Senior Projects II,” taught by lecturer Kathy Zarur.
African Art Pedagogy, a collaborative Twine, conceived and executed by Professor Leslie Townsend, Instructional Designer Bobby White, and Digital Scholarship Librarian Lisa Conrad, fall 2015.