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Professor Mack's new feature screens globally

Professor Jodie Mack's newest feature film The Grand Bizarre has screened around the world this year, most recently in Berlin Germany and at a collaborative evening at Festival Animation in Poznan, Poland.  

Professor Williams presents NEH-supported tool at DH2019

Professor Mark Williams and Dartmouth ITC's Lead Applications Developer John Bell introduced the Media Ecology Project’s NEH-supported Semantic Annotation Tool (SAT) at the Digital Humanities Conference in Ultrecht, the Netherlands.

Professor Williams' film preservation work highlighted

Dartmouth News featured Professor Mark Williams Thursday, highlighting his work with the Media Ecology Project (fueled by several NEH grants). “In many cases these are materials that haven’t even been in a position to be forgotten—they weren’t even remembered the first time." Read more about Professor Williams' work in The Dartmouth News

Professor Flanagan: How Games Can Change the World

Professor Mary Flanagan talks about how "she tries to keep the spirit of play alive in the games she creates—no matter how unlikely the theme"- in this article in the Dartmouth News, accompanied by a video essay produced by the Dartmouth Office of Communications.

Professor Macks films showcased at Lovett-Brewster Art Gallery

Professor Jodie Mack's "Glitch Envy: Experimental Films", at New Zealand's Govett-Brewster's Len Lye Centre, "showcase a gleaming body of experimental cinema built around hand-made and stop motion animation with a thrilling prismatic finale."  The survey of Professor Mack's work runs from May 12th through July 22nd, and in the words of the gallery, Professor Mack "has been at teh top of our wish list since the Len Lye Centre opened."

Read more about the exhibition here; view the program here or download it PDF iconhere.