Facebook and Twitter
November 1 - 6, 2018

H osted by
the Social Media Narratives Class
Art and Technology Studies
School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Judy Malloy: Introduction to the Panel

Panelists' Biographies

Opening Statement:

Gary O. Larson: State of Artmaking on Social Media

Panelists' Statements:

Kathi Inman Berens - Instagram Poetry
Joy Garnett - Art Censorship on Social Media Platforms
Robert Gehl - Facebook Algorithms & Alternative Social Media
Ben Grosser - Facebook and Twitter Demetricators
Juana Guzman - Issues in Social Media for Arts Organizations

Exploring The Potential Of
Social Media-Based Creative Practice

Work by the SAIC ATS Social Media Narratives Class:
Maca Burbano, Sora Candelario, Jessica Darnell, Nichole Therese Fowler,
Amanda Jean Heldenbrand, Matt Ryerse, Dexter Colin David Stokes-Mellor,
Samantha Jordyn Travis, and Chris Tsai


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November 16 - 21, 2016

Social Media Narrative:
Issues in Contemporary Practice 2016

H osted by
The Rutgers Camden Digital Studies Center
Judy Malloy and
the Rutgers Camden DSC Class in
Social Media Narrative:
Lineage and Contemporary Practice

Judy Malloy: Introduction

Introduction to the Panelists

Resources

Panelists' Pages

Judith Adele - Avatar Repertory Theater
James J. Brown, Jr - Social Media Harassment
Jay Bushman - The Lizzie Bennet Diaries
Robert A. Emmons, Jr. - YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Joy Garnett - Lost Library
Dene Grigar - 24-Hr. Micro-Elit Project
Matt Held - Facebook Paintings
Antoinette LaFarge - Mixed Reality Performance
Deena Larsen - Marble Springs Wiki
Mark Marino - Netprov
Cathy Marshall - Who owns social media content?
Chris Rodley - The Magic Realism Bot
Chindu Sreedharan - Epic_Retold
Katrin Tiidenberg - Identity on Tumblr
Marco Williams - The Migrant Trail
Rob Wittig - Netprov
Alice Wong - DisabilityVisibility







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