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Small Data is Beautiful: Analytics, Art and Narrative
12-13 November 2021. Taking inspiration from the ‘small is beautiful’ mantra of the 1970s which provoked counter-cultural economic and scientific expertise in the name of planetary survival, this symposium invites scholars working on computational methods in the arts, humanities and social sciences to discuss their research with ‘small data’.
Susan Norrie Aftermath
Running throughout semester 2, 2021. Digital Studio is proud to present Susan Norrie's 'aftermath' (2016) as part of the Ian Potter Museum 21x10 exhibition. Level 2 of the Digital Studio, Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
Watch past live events
Digital Face-off: The future of news on global technology platforms
26 May 2021. This panel discussion looked at the implications of the recent mandatory News Media Bargaining Code.
Digital Research in Action: Introduction to the Australian Data Archive
23 April 2021. In this workshop, Dr Steve McEachern offers an “Introduction to the Australian Data Archive”.
What is a HASS Data Commons?
22 April 2021. In this seminar, visiting fellow Dr Steve McEachern presents an overview of two new Australian Research Data Commons projects.
“Zooming” In and Out to Examine the “Virus”
6 Nov 2020. Professor Jodie McVernon and Professor Sean Cubitt
“Sharing” and “Gaming” in the Post-pandemic World
23 October 2020. Dr Nicholas A. John and Professor Saugata Bhaduri
“Geeking” and “Prototyping” in the New Normal
9 Oct 2020. Associate Professor Christina Dunbar-Hester and Professor Fred Turner
“Events” in the Post-“Information” Age
25 September 2020. Associate Professor Julia Sonnevend and Dr Bernard Geoghegan
“Internet” and “Hackers”: New Threats and Opportunities
11 Sept 2020.Professor Gabriella Coleman and Professor Thomas Streeter
The Death of the “Analogue” and Re-birth of the “Surrogate”
28 August 2020. Associate Professor Jeffrey Drouin and Professor Jonathan Sterne
Does the Future have a Past? New-Old and Old-New Virtual Realities
11 March 2020. In this seminar, Professor Peter Otto focuses on three immersive / interactive environments.
The weaponisation of fake news in Australia in the digital age
Wednesday 9 October 2019
Associate Professor Andrea Carson, La Trobe University
Data and Democracies: Developing Data Capacity in the Victorian Government
Wednesday 25 September 2019
Brad Petry, Head of Data Analytics, Victorian Centre for Data Insights
Vote Compass: an exercise in public engagement
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Aaron Martin, Co-director of The Policy Lab
The Possibility of Citizen Intelligence
Wednesday 4 September 2019
Richard de Rozario, The SWARM Project, University of Melbourne
Digital technology and organisational fluidity in British politics
Wednesday 21 August 2019
Dr Anthony Ridge-Newman, Liverpool Hope University
The Indigenous Data Network: Restoring Community Control over an Intangible Asset
Wednesday 29 May 2019
Dr James Rose, University of Melbourne
IndigenousX as a Form of Digital Disruption
Wednesday 1 May 2019
Luke Pearson, Founder and CEO of IndigenousX
Digital Environments: Communication in Immersive Media
Wednesday 18 April 2019
Pauric Freeman Maynooth University, Ireland
Immersive Culture: Sharing Traditional Knowledge with ‘Torres Strait Virtual Reality’
Wednesday 3 April 2019
Rhett Loban, Macquarie University
Digital Studio Seminar: Recoding relationality
Wednesday 5 December 2018
Digital Heritage Workshop
Wednesday 17 October 2018
Panel discussions asking: what is required for a career in digital heritage now and into the future?
Digital environments of Indigenous song
Wednesday 3 October 2018
Dr Sally Treloyn
Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
Re-photography as a tool for citizen heritage
Wednesday 19 September 2018
Professor Hannah Lewi
Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning
Creating a short film digital archive
Wednesday 5 September 2018
Victorian College of the Arts
Digital Studio Seminar: Artificial arts
Wednesday 3 September 2018
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