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2019: Blueskying a Social Media Platform for the Arts
November 7-12, 2019

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

Judy Malloy: Introduction to the Panel

Deanne Achong - Artist and Designer
George Fifield - Founder and Director of Boston Cyberarts
Juana Guzman - National Arts Consultant and Arts Advocate
Isobel Harbison - Art Critic and Lecturer in the Department of Art, Goldsmiths
Adriene Jenik - Artist, Professor of Intermedia in the School of Art, Arizona State University
Dal Yong Jin - Professor, School of Communication at Simon Fraser University
Tom Klinkowstein - President, Media A LLC, Professor, Hofstra University, Adj. Professor, Pratt Institute
Richard Lowenberg - Founding Director of the 1st-Mile Institute, and of NM Broadband for All
Marisa Parham - Professor of English, Amherst College, Director of the Immersive Reality Lab
Tommer Peterson - Theatre Artist and Designer
Ellen Sandor - Artist, Founding Director of (art)n, chair of the Gene Siskel Film Center
Wendel A. White - Photographer, Distinguished Professor of Art, Stockton University

Class in Social Media Narratives
Vee Nyah Culton, Terrell Davis, Adriana Guillen Santalla,
Samuel Han, Xavier Hughes, Yoon Joong Hwang, Olivia Paige
Johnson, Mara Iskander Mirzan, Keun Mok Park, Richard Park,
Wayne P. Tate, Ruby Hana Williams, and July Yoon

Judy Malloy, Producer. Lecturer, School of the Art Institute of Chicago,
Art and Technology Studies



2018: Contemporary Social Media Platforms
and Creative Practice
November 1-6

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

Judy Malloy: Introduction to the Panel

Opening Statement:
Gary O. Larson: State of Artmaking on Social Media

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

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,bao thoa luong, Jose Carlos Pena, Kate Pritchard,
Matt Ryerse, Dexter Colin David Stokes-Mellor,
Samantha Jordyn Travis, and Chris Tsai

2016: Social Media Narrative:
Issues in Contemporary Practice
November 16-21

Hosted 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

Rutgers Camden Digital Studies Center
Class in Social Media Narrative

Alyson Amour, Yvonne Anim, Sierra Clark, Alexandria Decastro,
Andrew Fiorella, Breeann Gibbs, Alexis Kouser, Tangier Moore,
Victoria Pagan-Perez, Walter Parker, Samantha Procida,
Joseph Sansone, Gabriella Scafidi, and Zachary Zampino




Issues in Social Media for the Arts is a series of online panels
that explore the role of the arts in the contemporary infosphere.