Kelley Riley CCAS ’16 to Speak at the Digital Commons on Oct. 29

The Digital Studies Center will host Kelley Riley, a 2016 graduate of the Camden College of Arts and Sciences, to speak at the Digital Commons on Monday, October 29, at 11:30 a.m. Riley will discuss the transition from being a student, majoring in biology with an English minor, to having a career as a webcomic … Continue reading Kelley Riley CCAS ’16 to Speak at the Digital Commons on Oct. 29

SkypeOnArt Continues Oct. 22 with Artist Jane Philbrick

The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will continue its fall season on Monday, October 22, with a presentation by artist Jane Philbrick, a sculptor whose work ranges in media from ultrasound and rammed earth to magnetic levitation and found space.  Philbrick is a lecturer at the Parsons School of Design.       SkypeOnArt begins at 11:30 a.m. in … Continue reading SkypeOnArt Continues Oct. 22 with Artist Jane Philbrick

Dr. Salas-de la Cruz and Undergraduate Sam Paulson Produce “The Eureka Effect” Podcast

Sometimes it’s a song like DJ Khaled’s star-studded “I’m The One” that gets considered as the “song of the summer,” like it did in 2017. Or going as far back to 1873 when Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss designed the very first pair of jeans that are still worn by millions to this day. … Continue reading Dr. Salas-de la Cruz and Undergraduate Sam Paulson Produce “The Eureka Effect” Podcast

Registration Still Open for “What’s Your Story? A Podcast Workshop

The Rutgers–Camden Writers House, Digital Studies Center, and the Writing and Design Lab are co-presenting “What’s Your Story? A Podcast Workshop” on Saturday, October 6. This day-long event is designed as a survey of innovative audio narrative; the morning will be a skills intensive and during the afternoon presenters will address the state of the … Continue reading Registration Still Open for “What’s Your Story? A Podcast Workshop

SkypeOnArt Fall Series Begins Sept. 24

The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will launch its fall season on Monday, September 24, with a presentation by artist Yuri Suzuki.  Mr. Suzuki “explores the realms of sound through exquisitely designed pieces.  His work looks into the relationship between sound and people, and how music and sound effect their minds.”  SkypeOnArt begins at 11:30 a.m. in … Continue reading SkypeOnArt Fall Series Begins Sept. 24

New RCCA Exhibit “Digital Trash” Now Open

The Digital Studies Center has collaborated with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts on “Digital Trash,” an exhibition that addresses the material impacts of digital technology and questions how we can create more sustainable digital practices. Dr. James Brown Jr., Director of the Digital Studies Center, and Dr. Robert Emmons Jr., Associate Director of the … Continue reading New RCCA Exhibit “Digital Trash” Now Open

Register Now for the 2018 R-CADE Symposium

The Digital Studies Center will host the Rutgers–Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R–CADE) on Friday, April 20th, from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  Participants will take part on a series of panels, with topics such as “Console Modding as a Cultural Technique” and “Pinball: Four Perspectives.” This year’s event will include a keynote … Continue reading Register Now for the 2018 R-CADE Symposium

Electric Cafe Series Closes Apr. 16 with Performance by Jeffrey Stolet

The Electric Cafe Series closes its spring season on Monday, April 16th, with a free concert featuring Jeffrey Stolet, Professor of Music and Director of Intermedia Music Technology at the University of Oregon. Stolet’s recent work has centered on performance environments in which he uses a variety of wands, sensing devices, game controllers, and other magical things to control … Continue reading Electric Cafe Series Closes Apr. 16 with Performance by Jeffrey Stolet